Lifts in Operation
The current spring-like mild temperatures will be replaced by cold polar air beyond the weekend. We will get at the eastern fringe of a strong high-pressure area over the Atlantic in a northerly inflow, with which a stream of artic cold air will hit us. This will be accompanied by a stream of humidity, whereby increasing clouds with first precipitation will settle over our area throughout Sunday. The snow line will plunge towards 1000 m above sea level and it will further sink towards Monday. The disturbance influence will probably not prevail too long, a strong high-pressure area will win through from next Tuesday on. However, residual low-stratus clouds are still expected. This may weaken the night frost in the valleys. In further consequence, the nights will clear up and become very cold. In return, bright sunshine and clear blue skies are expected during the days.