In front of a low-pressure zone approaching our area from the west, rather warm, but also unstable air masses will advect into our area. Due to a weak southerly foehn wind, sunny conditions are initially expected on Monday. The cumulus clouds will increase and turn partly thicker throughout the day and subsequently the risk for thunderstorms will locally increase. Rather changeable conditions are expected around midweek. More humid air masses will repeatedly result in dense clouds, some rain showers, and scattered thunderstorms. The rain showers may also be more intense. Moreover, the temperatures will decrease. On Thursday, the weather will probably stabilize with increasing air pressure, consequently longer sunny intervals are temporarily expected again.