A southerly current determines the weather throughout this week. Next week indicates a very changeable, partly unsettled westerly current. Until Friday the southerly foehn wind in the mountains will increase again. Weak southerly barrier effects with some snowfall will build up at the Alpine divide, while in the north thereof the clouds with southerly foehn will repeatedly loosen up and make way for the sun. On Saturday this will remain mostly unchanged, only the southerly foehn wind will increase again. Towards Sunday the weather will calm down, only the southerly foehn wind will increase again. On Monday the foehn wind at the front side of a cold front will increase again. Then the current will turn westward and Atlantic low-pressure systems with alternating milder and colder air masses will reach us in quick succession.