On Friday, September 23, around 3:04 a.m., the astronomical autumn begins. It seems as if all the summer days are suddenly used up.
There is no question of a long (late) summer. Starting next week it will really be “autumn” with all the trimmings.
Today (Friday) is not yet applicable. It will be partly cloudy with a lot of sun and daytime temperatures of up to 20 degrees.
High and medium clouds will build up from the coast. In West Flanders there will be a first shower later this afternoon and tonight.
The clouds will reach the center of the country, here it will remain mostly dry.
The south wind blows weak, later weak to moderate.
Tonight and tonight it is cloudy. This makes it milder at minimums between 6 and 9 degrees.
Saturday the same faint disturbance comes to a halt over our land. This produces several liters of precipitation, especially in the west (coast) and north (province of Antwerp).
In the center and the province of Limburg, the precipitation amounts are rather limited. The sun is having a hard time and hardly comes into play. Temperatures continue to do well at 17 to 18 degrees.
Sunday In the morning it will be cloudy with a chance of showers, in the afternoon it will be dry with sunny moments and daytime temperatures of up to 17 degrees. Later in the day the wind shrinks from the west to northwest, it becomes a few degrees cooler.
From Monday it is volatility. Showers, rain zones, a lot of wind, it all passes.
It gets much cooler with daytime temperatures between 12 and 14 degrees.