A low over Germany will move on to East Europe until Sunday. Between this low and a high over North-West Europe we will get into a late winter-like cold northerly to north-easterly current throughout the holy week. On Sunday, the heavy cloudiness will prevail and scattered showers will occasionally arise. The snow line will be located at 1500m above sea level. The air will become dryer at the beginning of the holy week and mostly dry conditions will set in, however, residual low stratus-like clouds will still affect the conditions. More chances for sunny conditions are expected especially in the mountains. The temperatures will further decrease until midweek and the amounts low clouds will temporarily decrease. The sunny conditions will prevail again. At the same time, the peak of this inflow of cold air will be reached. While the clouds will become more frequent during the second half of the week, the late winter-like coldness will only slightly decrease.