The tail end of an Azores high will spread towards the Alps, however, its centre will remain west of us, consequently we will experience a very changeable and windy westerly to northwesterly current between the high and a brisk low-pressure activity over Northwest Europe on Thursday and on Friday. Thursday will be mostly dull, and some precipitation will occasionally interfere with the weather, especially towards the northern edge of the Alps. The snow line will be around 2000 m above sea level. Towards Friday, the centre of the high will approach our area, whereby the air will rapidly dry off and the sun will increasingly set in. The wind will still stay with us. At the weekend, the high will be situated exactly over our area. Saturday will indulge us with bright sunshine and significantly increasing temperatures. On Sunday, harmless cloud banks will mark the high reaching rise in temperature. At the beginning of the week, the high will decrease again, the weather cycle will be only slightly more changeable.