An upper low-pressure zone and a cold northerly to northeasterly current near the ground are still affecting the weather in our area. However, the low current from Northeast Europe will temporarily bring dryer air, consequently friendly and sunny weather will still prevail on Saturday morning. Clouds will approach from northeast as the day progresses which will be rather dense on Sunday and at the beginning of next week and which will result in sporadic showers. As the air masses approaching us will be less cold than recently, the snow line will rise towards 1500m above sea level. This will not introduce a rise in temperature, as the upper low-pressure zone over our area will bond with the polar cold air over North Europe and result in overly chilly temperatures.