Dutch weather stays overcast and just above freezing for the rest of January

Sick and tired of grey, rainy Dutch weather? Welcome to the Netherlands, we’ve got more grey, rainy weather headed your way. 🌧️

This morning, we’re set to have clouds, clouds, and more clouds, according to Weeronline.

Starting the day at a frosty 2 degrees Celsius, the temperature will hop to about 3 degrees in the afternoon. This mild temperature hike will be accompanied by a brief appearance of the sun every now and then.

Wednesday brings fog and rain

The day will likely be off to a cold and foggy start, with light frost spread across the provinces.

Although there’s predicted to be a slight temperature increase in the afternoon, this will only bring the temperature up to 2 degrees Celsius in the southeast and 4 degrees Celsius in the coastal regions.

Nighttime will bring a wave of precipitation moving from the west to the east of the country, like a surge of tikkies after a night out. β˜”οΈ

For many areas, this will mean rain or sleet, though Limburg may expect some dry snow.

Thursday and Friday are likely to be drier

But not as dry as stale ontbijtkoek, because the odd shower could still be on the cards.

Temperatures will also reach highs of around 8 to 9 degrees Celsius on Thursday, with a little more sun peeking through the clouds.

Friday will be slightly colder, at 4 to 5 degrees during the day.

As for the rest of January…

…it’ll be mostly overcast. πŸŒ₯️

However, highs of 8 to 10 degrees are forecasted for Sunday and Monday, according to the KNMI (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute).

What do you think of this week’s weather? Tell us all about it in the comments below!

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Liana Pereira πŸ‡±πŸ‡°
Liana Pereira πŸ‡±πŸ‡°
Liana juggles her role as an Editor with wrapping up a degree in cognitive linguistics and assisting with DutchReview's affiliate portfolio. Since arriving in the Netherlands for her studies in 2018, she's thrilled to have the 'write' opportunity to help other internationals feel more at home here β€” whether that's by penning an article on the best SIMs to buy in NL, the latest banking features, or important things to know about Dutch health insurance.

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