Dutch winter continues to be elusive: calm weather for most of the week, Weerplaza reports.
Today and Tuesday: dry and windless
You might be feeling today the effects of Blue Monday, considered the most depressing day in the year. If it makes you feel any better, at least you won’t get too much wind in your face, as a high air pressure front will lead to dry air. If you’re truly blessed, you might even get to see some sun. Nevertheless, be careful during night time, as fog will lead to some slippery ground. Expect a maximum of 8-9 degrees Celsius during daytime.
Wednesday: more clouds
Wednesday sees the return of more clouds in the skies, yet there is a chance for sunshine in the north during the afternoon. The weather should remain dry, but don’t get surprised if there is a little drizzle.
Thursday and Friday: some sun to light up the end of the week
Thankfully, by Thursday and Friday, we should see much more sunlight, as the high-pressure front moves eastwards across the country. Don’t expect the temperature to increase, however, and prepare for some potentially frosty nights.
The weekend: back to clouds, showers and wind
By the end of the week, most of the high-pressure front will be already gone in the western provinces, so be prepared for a return to the winds and the drizzles and the continuous clouds. Maximum temperature will be around 7 degrees Celsius.
The winter continues to be mild, any hopes for at least one snowfall? Let us know in the comments below.
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