The Alps are steadily situated between a high off the European Atlantic coast and a low-pressure complex over North Europe in a heavy, partially stormy north-westerly current. Although frontal systems, which are embedded in this current, will push towards our area, they will be weakened by the high, which will come too close to our area, and by north-westerly foehny effects. The large amounts snowfall recently forecast for Thursday night are not suggested anymore by the current weather models. With heavy cloudiness only weak snowfall is expected above 1000m above sea level on Thursday. Friday will be dry and promises some sunshine. How weakly this trend is currently pictured by the weather models, is also manifesting in the forecast for the weekend. Very sunny weather was recently expected, now, a very unsteady weather cycle with partially heavy snowfall above 1100m above sea level is forecast. The new week will start with similar weather, only the temperatures will more strongly decrease again. Considering the strongly fluctuating weather models a stable weather trend is difficult to discern.