Rain or shine? The Netherlands can expect a mix of both this week

Expect typical Dutch weather! πŸ˜‰πŸŒ§οΈ

Hot on the heels of last week’s wet and windy weather is… yet more rain. πŸ€¨πŸ’¦ Thankfully, however, you can also expect longer periods of sunshine and dry weather this week.

Things are forecast to stay pleasantly dry and sunny this morning (March 26) β€” hitting a max of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius by noon, according to Weeronline.

By evening, however, clouds will flock to the southwestern parts of the country, carrying with them the increased chance of a nighttime drizzle.

Pack your umbrella for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

If sipping a summery cocktail on a terrasje (as you bask in the sun 😎) was part of your midweek plans, this week’s weather forecast might just throw a spanner in the works.

The country will likely wake up to a cloudy, windy, and rainy Wednesday, with morning temperatures of around 8 to 11 degrees Celsius.


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Come afternoon, things will dry out significantly, and some regions in the western part of the country may even see some sun. Wednesday night will stay dry, but temperatures are expected to drop to a chilly 5 degrees Celsius.

Thursday will also see a few rain showers, though these will be interspersed with far more clear spells.

The cloudiest day of the week is expected to be Friday β€” with unexpectedly warm daytime temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees Celsius.

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With weather that’s more changeable than an NS timetable, it’s no surprise that the forecast for the coming weekend is still uncertain.

However, Weeronline does note a chance of rain. (Quite the surprise! πŸ‘€πŸ’¦)

How are you enjoying the sunnier weather we’re having this week? Shoot us your thoughts 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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