The general weather situation over Europe will turn very dynamic during the new week. A low will establish itself over Scandinavia and it will begin to direct polar cold air southwards. Thus, the low-pressure activity in the western Mediterranean region will be massively activated consequently lows will approach from there to our area. This will result in a very changeable weather cycle, with which a cold northerly wind will alternate with a foehny-mild southerly wind. On Monday, a cold front will result in decreasing temperatures and scattered snow showers until 1000m above sea level. Improved conditions will set in from Tuesday onwards which will be accompanied by a heavily increasing southerly foehn wind in the further course of the week. Towards the weekend, a bitterly cold northerly wind will supersede this mild southerly current.