Brrr! The Netherlands is going to freeze this week

Make sure you wrap up this week, the Netherlands is going to freeze…

We’re set for (essentially) a Dutch ice age for the next week, as temperatures reach as cold as -8. Us at DutchReview and the rest of the country are holding out for frozen lakes and canals, in hope of a traditional ice skating session. Even better news? The rain is sparse for a change and the sun will be making an appearance, which is why the Netherlands is going to freeze. Sadly, if you’re a snow lover like me, it seems like you’re going to be disappointed.


We kick start the week with a cloudy and sunny day for most of us, with temperatures as low as -2 and as high as 2 (as if 2 is considered a ‘high’ temperature brrr). Thankfully, no rain, but wrap up warm as it’s going to get even colder than it is today.


It is a similar story tomorrow, with no rain, but with cloud and sun. It’s steadily getting colder, with the Netherlands getting lows of -5 and temperatures that rarely exceed freezing.


We are set for a beautiful couple of days, as the Netherlands will be sunny for much of the day and for most of the country. There is 70% chance of just a blue sky and sun for the whole day on Wednesday, so we can cycle to work without the fear of being soaked through (hurrrrah).


This is a similar picture as Wednesday, with much of the country having a sunny, yet cold day. Temperatures will struggle to reach above freezing.


Friday is not as nice as Thursday, but thankfully no sign of any rain. Again, we are set for a cold day, with temperatures reaching as high as 4 Degrees Celsius, with lows of -2.


Hurrah, the sunny weather is predicted to stay! It’s still cold (so it should be, it is February)! So a perfect day for a winter walk or cycle.

the netherlands is going to freeze
Source: Weerplaza


So as you can see, the weather is pretty consistent this week. It seems like we are set for a bit of ice. Sun, minimal cloud, freezing as ever. Make sure you wrap up warm and hopefully we can enjoy the ice πŸ˜‰

Emma Brown
A familiar face at DutchRevew. Emma arrived in Holland in 2016 for a few weeks, fell in love with the place and never left. Here she rekindled her love of writing and travelling. Now you'll find her eating stroopwafels in the DutchReview office since 2017.


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