If you want to walk, it is best to plan it in the afternoon today. Then there will be clear skies, according to the RMI. But in the evening it is wetter again.
Sunday will initially be heavily cloudy to overcast with showers, but in the afternoon there will be broader clearing from the west and the tendency to shower will temporarily decrease. The maximum temperatures fluctuate between 7 degrees on the High Fens, 11 or 12 degrees in Flanders and up to 13 degrees at the sea. The wind turns to the west-southwest and becomes quite strong to sometimes strong inland. Gusts of up to 60 to 70 kilometers per hour, the RMI reports.
Sunday evening and during the night it will remain heavily cloudy with some clear spells, but also showers. The minimum temperatures are between 5 degrees on the High Fens and 9 or 10 degrees in Flanders. The southwest wind is moderate to locally quite strong, with gusts of up to 50 to 60 km/h.
Showers are expected on Monday at the sea and over the High Fens. Elsewhere it will remain dry with sometimes broad clear spells, alternating with cloud fields. The maximums fluctuate between 8 and 12 degrees. The south-westerly wind is blowing quite strongly and gusts of up to 65 km/h remain possible until the early afternoon.
Some showers are also expected on Tuesday. The maximum temperatures fluctuate between 7 and 12 degrees in Flanders. The wind is moderate to quite strong from the southwest.
Wednesday starts with low cloud in the southeast of the country and clear skies elsewhere. The clouds will then increase and in the afternoon it will rain again from the west. The maximums fluctuate between 6 and 11 degrees. Thursday morning it will be heavily cloudy with some rain in the southeast. Later there will be clear skies, but a few showers remain possible. The maximums fluctuate between 8 and 12 degrees.