On Monday a so-called low-pressure belt embedded by a cold front will slowly cross our region from the west. It will be dim and clouded with longer rainfalls. Larger amounts of rain are expected and due to the rain, the temperatures will decrease significantly at all altitudes. The snow line will sink toward 2200m up to 2300m. Subsequently, a short high-pressure influence will result in sunshine, before further troughs with scattered rainfalls will influence the weather toward midweek. From Thursday on the weather will show an upward trend.
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