A foehn-like southerly airflow will persist over the Alps throughout the upcoming week. This will gradually displace the cold air that has recently penetrated with milder Mediterranean air. This extensive warming will be accompanied by widespread cloud cover, which will repeatedly shade the sun north of the main Alpine ridge or dim sunshine more strongly. Precipitation is not expected in these regions on Monday and Tuesday. However, around the main Alpine ridge, the clouds will be noticeably denser from the south, and some light precipitation may occur here. On Wednesday, this light precipitation may temporarily spread northward over the main Alpine ridge. The snow line will rise to around 1600 meters above sea level by Wednesday. Next Thursday will bring a temporary improvement everywhere with plenty of sunshine and only a few clouds. However, by Friday, the prevailing southerly airflow over the Alps will strengthen again, and by the next weekend, there are even indications of a stormy south foehn weather situation.