Perfect early winter is expected on Thursday. Overnight disturbance remnants will dissipate by morning, revealing a landscape freshly covered in snow. Winter-cold temperatures will persist during the day despite the sunshine, remaining freezing cold. Only in the mountains, there is a noticeable decrease in frost. On Friday, a general warming trend will take over. This will be accompanied by extensive, compact cloud cover, which later in the afternoon could result in some precipitation. A significantly weakening disturbance will cross our area on Friday night. Saturday promises a temporary improvement, but at the same time, slightly colder temperatures will return. The next disturbance will affect us on Sunday and is expected to be more weather-active. Strong northwesterly winds will drive partly intense showers, with the snowline at 1100m. At the beginning of the week, a strong westerly wind will prevail in our region, and moist-mild Atlantic air will lead to a precipitation-rich weather pattern. The snowline will gradually rise above 2000m.