A cold front will reach us on Sunday and put an end to the period of significantly too warm weather. Thick clouds will determine the skies on Sunday; rain and rain showers are expected time and time again. The temperatures will distinctly decrease and the snow line will sink nearly to a level of 2000 meters in the mountains. A northerly wind will determine the weather starting next week. It will send rather cool air masses to our regions, whereby the air pressure will begin to rise again. The clouds will increasingly disperse and the sunny spells will become longer. However, some compact cloud fields will still interfere with the weather.
Rainfall am/pm
Hours of sunshine
Zero degree level
5°C / 9°C
70% / 70%
0 h
2500 m
-1°C / 10°C
30% / 20%
5 h
2400 m
-3°C / 13°C
10% / 20%
4 h
2300 m
-1°C / 14°C
0% / 10%
8 h
2700 m
-3°C / 10°C
10% / 20%
7 h
2100 m