The next cold front on Sunday, which will be accompanied by thunder and lightning, will introduce a period of late winter-like weather at the beginning of next week. On Monday, we will be located behind the cold front in humid-cold north-westerly barrier effects. Snow will repeatedly reach the valleys. The north-westerly barrier effects will abate until Tuesday morning. The peak of this decrease in temperature will be reached, a temporary high will set in. Sunny conditions will take command of the weather. Towards Wednesday, compact clouds of a warm front will approach, however, precipitation is not to be expected. A further frontal system will bring some precipitation on Thursday. The snow line will be located slightly above 2000m above sea level. This changeable, partially unsteady weather cycle will remain unchanged until next weekend.