The Alps will be on the front side of a low-pressure system over Western Europe throughout the weekend, in a foehn-like southerly flow. On Sunday, the south wind will intensify strongly in the mountains. This will keep the areas north of the main Alpine ridge dry, while some precipitation can occur from the south along the main Alpine ridge. At the beginning of the new week, the low-pressure system will move towards Italy. The south foehn winds will subside, but the weather will remain changeable in the coming week. Monday will bring us a fairly friendly but predominantly dry mix of sun and clouds. On Tuesday, sunshine is followed by increasingly thickening clouds, which may lead to the possibility of the first showers. By midweek, cloud cover will predominate, and occasional light precipitation cannot be ruled out. As it will simultaneously cool down, the snow line is at 1100 meters above sea level. Thursday will herald a sustainable improvement in weather. The sun will return to the sky, bringing back dry weather conditions. Additionally, it will gradually become milder again.