|°C night / day||-6°/-2°||-7°/3°||0°/2°||-3°/6°|
|Hours of sunshine||0||0||3||6|
|Chance of precipitation a.m. / p.m. (%)||100 / 60||100 / 100||40 / 20||0 / 0|
|Zero degree line||400 m||1800 m||1700 m||3000 m|
The changeable and unsettled weather will continue, further, partly productive snowfall will set in on Saturday night. On Sunday, the wintry conditions will continue to reach the low areas of the valleys, although the weather will temporarily calm down in the afternoon. A warm front will result in further productive precipitation on Monday. The snow line will rise above 1500m. A significant weather improvement is forecast for Tuesday. A brief high-pressure area is expected at midweek, subsequently Wednesday promises to become the brightest day of the week. The temperatures will be too mild for the season at all altitudes. Mild, but mostly heavily cloudy conditions are expected on Thursday, before a cold front will result in decreasing temperatures on Friday.