The recently prevailing north-westerly current will be replaced by a high over Scandinavia, whereby cold polar air will still prevail at the southern fringe of the high-pressure area. As the air will dry off significantly, the air above the snow will strongly cool down at the clear nights, whereby the early wintry cold wave will remain unchanged for some time. Towards the weekend, Atlantic air masses will head towards us. The wind will increasingly turn west to south-west and bring minor cloud banks, however, longer sunny spells are still expected until Saturday. On Sunday night, an Atlantic front will once again interfere with the weather. The snow line will rise above 1500m due to the approaching mild Atlantic air.
Rainfall am/pm
Hours of sunshine
Zero degree level
-12°C / -5°C
0% / 0%
5 h
800 m
-14°C / -5°C
0% / 0%
5 h
900 m
-12°C / -2°C
0% / 0%
4 h
1300 m
-8°C / -2°C
0% / 0%
5 h
800 m
-9°C / 4°C
70% / 60%
0 h
2000 m