While the wind will veer from north to west, the air will increasingly reach us from the Atlantic from midweek onwards, consequently it will become significantly milder again. For the moment, however, the advected polar air will affect our area, although the polar air will be pushed away by milder Atlantic air on Tuesday night. This rise in temperature will be accompanied by large cloud banks, which will cover the sky on Wednesday and which will repeatedly result in some precipitation. The snow line will rise above 2000 above sea level during the day. On Thursday, new large cloud banks will follow, whereby a foehny south-westerly wind will provide for some gaps in the clouds in the morning and around midday. The next disturbance system will hit us from the late afternoon onwards. The unsteady conditions will remain unchanged from Friday until Sunday. However, late winter-like cold air will gradually advect into our area. Snow will reach below 1300 m above sea level at the weekend.