The wind will veer southward and a significant push of warm air from southwest is expected on Thursday. Sunny conditions are mostly expected, and only slightly cloudy conditions will approach in the skies. A so-called convergence zone will approach from the west but only during the second half of the day. Whether it will also affect our area and result in local thunderstorms, is still uncertain. The foehny wind will certainly dim the risk of possible thunderstorms. On Friday, the conditions will remain mostly sunny, and it will turn even slightly warmer respectively hotter. Despite increasing cumulus clouds (afternoon) the day will end mostly dry. Towards the weekend, a cold front will approach and result in temporary showers or thunderstorms. That the conditions will sightly cool down, is rather certain.