Muggy-warm respectively muggy-hot subtropical air will determine the weather at the beginning of next week. Ahead of the disturbance, which will approach from the west, a foehny southerly wind will arise. A very sunny first half of the day will be followed by scattered cumulus clouds in the afternoon. Thus, local showers and thunderstorms may form later. The disturbance with a possible risk for severe weather in some places will brush against our area during the night, and longer sunny intervals are expected, before new thunderstorms will form in the afternoon. On Wednesday, sporadic rainfalls or thunderstorms may arise earlier during the day. The temperatures will slightly decrease. After midweek, the midsummer-like warmth respectively heat will temporarily return.