Lifts in Operation
A massive high-pressure area will shift from the British Isles across Central Europe to the Black Sea. Very dry, increasingly late summery warm air masses will determine the weather until Saturday. On Sunday we will lie on the western edge of the high in a foehny upper air stream, which will turn southward. The air will remain very warm from the south, however, it will become slightly humid and the air layers will become unstable. Consequently, considerable clouds will mix with the sunshine on Sunday, however, precipitation is not expected. A cold front will result in precipitation on Monday. Heavy cloudiness and rain are expected at the beginning of the week. The temperatures will temporarily decrease, the snow line will sink below 2500m. Subsequently, the weather will soon improve, and warmer temperatures are expected once more at midweek.