After a short improvement, the overall weather situation will begin to change sustainedly. By Friday, a large-scale westerly to southwesterly flow will establish itself over the Alpine region. This will bring not only increasingly moist but also very mild Atlantic air masses in our direction. By Friday, there will also be a noticeable increase in temperature at all heights. This significant warming is marked by extensive, dense cloud fields. A weak cold front on Friday night may lead to a temporary temperature drop and some precipitation. A brief improvement will occur on Saturday, and it will become milder again. During the night into Sunday, another disturbance will lead to a temporary temperature drop and some precipitation. The snowline is located at 1400m. During the day, there is once again a temporary improvement before, at the beginning of the week, mild Atlantic air can completely dominate with strong westerly winds. On Monday and Tuesday, there will be persistent precipitation with heavy cloud cover. The snowline will rise above 2000m above sea level.