The weather-determining low-pressure activity will remain over the Atlantic and we are situated in a very mild and foehny southwesterly to southerly current throughout the upcoming days. The tail ends of a weak disturbance will only occasionally interfere with the weather. Tomorrow on Thursday and Friday, we will be situated in the foehny, partially sunny front of a weak cold front, which will cross our area with scattered showers on Friday night. The front will be strongly weakened due to the prevailing foehny southwesterly current and significantly improved conditions will set in on Saturday. Sunday will indulge us with bright sunshine from dawn till tusk. Moreover, the conditions will become milder. A further, weak tail end of a disturbance will approach at the beginning of next week, however, it will only marginally interfere with the weather. The weather cycle will become only slightly more changeable and these conditions will remain unchanged throughout the following days.