Currently, we are located in front of an Atlantic low in the inflow of overly mild air masses. This low will move to Middle Europe until the weekend and we will increasingly get into the inflow of late winter-like cold air masses. At the same time, the weather cycle will remain very changeable and unsteady. On Friday, a cold front with scattered showers will cross our area around midday. Afterwards, the cloud ceiling will more strongly break up, the weather will slightly calm down. At the same time, slightly cooler air will advect into our area. On Saturday, the decrease in temperature will remain unchanged. With mostly heavy cloudiness new showers will arise throughout the day. The snow line will be located around 1500m above sea level. The unsteady weather cycle and the low temperatures will remain unchanged on Sunday. The temperatures will slightly decrease with a lively north-easterly wind throughout holy week. At the same time, the air pressure will rise and the weather will improve. However, due to this weather situation a risk of low stratus cannot be excluded in the valleys and the detailed forecast for the first half of the holy week is still uncertain.