Atlantic low-pressure systems are taking over command in the weather. A weak disturbance will cross our area from Friday afternoon until Saturday morning. The snowline is located at 1300m. Saturday promises to be friendly for a few hours with the wind temporarily turning to southwest ahead of the next frontal system, creating foehn conditions. However, towards the evening, it will cloud over again, and during the night into Saturday, more intense precipitation is expected, with the snowline remaining below 1500m. On Sunday morning, the last precipitation will abate, and the weather will briefly calm down. On Monday, a very strong westerly flow will bring a warm front to our region. The snowline will rise to around 1900m. Tuesday will remain windy, but there may be another temporary calming of the weather. New precipitation will set in only on Tuesday afternoon, extending into Wednesday. The snowline will remain relatively unchanged at 1800m.