The cold air drop over Eastern Austria will move on south-eastwards. Therefore, the high-pressure influence will increase again, and the infiltrating cold air will be stably layered. At the weekend, the sun will frequently shine and most of the cumulus clouds over the mountains will remain harmless. The temperatures will be summerly. At the beginning of the week, the upper wind will turn to southwest. Subsquently, more unstably layered air masses will approach our area. The formation of cumulus clouds will increase during the day and scattered rain showers, or thunderstorms may occur. Towards midweek, the air-pressure will increase again, and the infiltrating air masses will turn increasingly warmer. Consequently, the sun will frequently shine and the temperatures will increasingly reach midsummer like hot, frequently also sweaty values. The next Atlantic front will reach us on Thursday.