Our area will once again come into the front side of a low-pressure system over the British Isles throughout the weekend. This will strengthen the south foehn wind again, which will also disperse clouds in many places and allow the sun to shine again. Only directly along the main Alpine ridge, cloud build-up will increase again, and especially on Sunday, there will even be a higher chance of showers. The snow line will fluctuate around 1500 meters above sea level. By the beginning of the week, this low-pressure system will move towards Italy, and the foehn wind will subside without any significant deterioration in weather. It may even continue to clear up intermittently, and it should remain mostly dry. By midweek, the airflow will shift more towards an eastern direction. Embedded within this airflow is an upper-level low-pressure system. Consequently, temperatures will decrease again, and with increasingly dense clouds, a few snow showers may reach the valleys.