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Some thaw everywhere from tomorrow Tuesday

by MeteoNews AG

Today, Monday, temperatures in the east will remain frosty throughout the day, with the exception of the foehn valleys, while the west will see a thaw. From tomorrow, Tuesday, the maximum temperatures in the lowlands will rise above the frost line, so that thawing weather will prevail and the snow will slowly melt a little. In terms of weather, the next week will be often cloudy in the north, with only a lot of sunshine expected in the mountains on Thursday. There will be very little precipitation in the east. In the west and to a lesser extent in the south, however, there will be heavier precipitation, especially on Friday.

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