A weak cold will direct early wintry cold air towards our direction at the beginning of next week. At the same time, the air pressure will increase, a weather improvement will set in. This will result in perfectly sunny conditions and mostly clear skies on Tuesday. On Wednesday, with lively westerly winds slightly cloudy conditions will mix with sunny conditions, moreover, it will remain continuously early wintry cold. On Thursday and on Friday, the wind will veer to southwest. The weather cycle will turn more changeable and the temperatures will temporarily slightly increase. Thus, the cloudy conditions will only slowly turn more frequent and unproductive showers may occur on Friday morning. Towards the weekend, there will be a significant trend for decreasing temperatures. The wind will veer northwards and it will persistently bring polar cold air to our direction. Larger amounts of fresh snow are not be expected yet.