The weekend weather is still determined by a windy, changeable north-westerly current partially prone to precipitation. Partially heavy precipitation will live up with a cold front on Friday night. This precipitation will continue into Saturday morning, however, it will decrease. The afternoon will be mostly dry and result in first bigger gaps in the clouds. Sunday will start with sunny spells. Until midday, the clouds will become more frequent with a further cold front, snow showers will approach later on. These snow showers will abate until Monday morning. The partially low stratus-like clouds will disperse and make way for sunny conditions on Monday. The air pressure will increase, a high will persistently establish itself. From Tuesday onwards, perfectly sunny weather will set in for the rest of the week. Starting next week, the conditions will still be wintry cold, however, milder temperatures will set in throughout the following days.