We will remain under a predominantly southerly airflow until the upcoming weekend. On Wednesday, the influence of low pressure diminishes, and north of the main Alpine ridge, dry and increasingly sunny weather conditions rapidly set in. Even around the main Alpine ridge, precipitation decreases by midday. Weak high pressure influence is forecasted everywhere for Thursday, resulting in generally sunny weather. Temperatures will remain at mild spring-like levels. By Friday, the next southerly weather situation is forecasted to arrive at the front of a new low over Western Europe. With predominantly heavy cloud cover, light precipitation is possible overall. The snow line is at 1800m above sea level. Over the weekend, the southerly airflow intensifies significantly. On Sunday, even stormy south foehn winds are expected. Consequently, the main Alpine ridge experiences increasingly moist southward flow, while north of it, the south foehn winds bring sunny breaks.