|°C night / day
||0 / 15||6 / 14||3 / 7||1 / 8||2 / 10|
|0 / 50||50 / 60||50 / 100||30 / 70||70 / 60|
|Frost border||2900 m||2800 m||2600 m||2200 m||2400 m|
We will still find ourselves in front of a low-pressure area located over West Europe in an inflow of absolutely mild, unstably layered air masses approaching from south-west Europe. Although slightly more changeable weather is forecast for Saturday, really unsettled conditions are not expected. These unsettled conditions will reach us on Sunday. A cold front will bring thick clouds and repeated showers. Moreover, the temperatures will decrease, and the snow line will sink below a level of 2000 meters. The bad weather front and its low-pressure area will slowly cross our regions from west to east, consequently a weak influence of low-pressure will determine the weather starting next week. The changeable and unsettled conditions will continue on for quite some time.
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