The weather will remain changeable throughout the upcoming days, but substantial precipitation will no longer be an issue. However, wintry cold temperatures will persist for the time being. On Monday, there will be weak southerly foehn effects on the front side of a low-pressure system over France, leading to a temporary weakening of frost. This will be accompanied by more extensive cloud cover. The next, mostly light snowfall is expected on Tuesday. Simultaneously, temperatures will decrease again, causing the snowline to drop below 1000 meters above sea level. Clouds will continue to dominate also at midweek, with occasional snow showers. Temperatures will further decrease. Thursday promises a temporary improvement with a lot of sunshine, though it will still be cold. However, by Friday, the wind will shift to the southwest ahead of another low-pressure system. It will become foehn-like and noticeably milder, with a mix of clouds and sun.