Drier today with clear skies from the afternoon, next weekend 20 degrees or more

Drier today with clear skies from the afternoon, next weekend 20 degrees or more
Drier today with clear skies from the afternoon, next weekend 20 degrees or more
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A rain zone will move across the eastern part of the country on Monday morning, while it will remain dry over much of the west. From the afternoon onwards the zone will move towards Germany and it will often become dry with some clear spells. The maximum temperatures fluctuate between 9 to 10 degrees in the Ardennes and 13 to 14 degrees in Flanders, the RMI reports.

The wind is generally moderate, with gusts of up to 50 kilometers per hour around noon. Monday evening it will remain dry and become partly cloudy, later low clouds will gradually appear everywhere and some local rain may fall. The minimum temperatures fluctuate from 5 degrees in the Ardennes to 8 to 9 degrees in Flanders.

Tuesday will be heavily cloudy at first, then it will become partly cloudy with scattered showers with a chance of thunder. In the evening an area of ​​rain will reach our country via the French border. The maximum temperatures are between 9 degrees in the High Fens and 13 to 14 degrees in Flanders, with a predominantly strong wind from the southwest inland and sometimes strong on the coast, with wind gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour.

On Wednesday we expect a lot of clouds with rain. Then it will become partly cloudy with showers. The maximum temperatures are between 9 or 10 degrees at the Ardennes heights and 14 to 15 degrees in Lower and Central Belgium.

It will also remain heavily cloudy with rain on Thursday and Friday morning. After that the weather will be nicer, with 20 degrees or more in many places on Saturday. On Sunday temperatures will drop again to 15 to 16 degrees in the center.

The article is in Dutch

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