You might see some mist and fog in the morning but it will soon clear up as the temperatures rise to 16-19 degrees. The afternoon will be delicious with the temperatures being in the 20s. Enjoy the sunshine while the effects of climate change take its toll – it is a little bit warmer than it usually is this time of the year.
The temperatures will continue to stay high, with the sun shining bright and happy that all of us here in the Lowlands try to cope with the rising sea levels. The temperatures will rise to 19-20 degrees in the north, and 21-23 degrees in the rest of the country. The south will have the highest temperatures at around 24-25 degrees.
Monday is still bearable with brief periods of rain throughout the country. However, it’s going to still stay moderately dry, with temperatures lower at 17-20 degrees. Normal temperatures for the year will cease again from Tuesday (15-18 degrees). It stays dry in most parts of the country except for in the north. We might (try to) enjoy high temperatures by the end of next week as well.
Clearly, I’m more interested in freaking out about climate change but this weekend’s temperatures are not quite as extreme as the heatwaves we have experienced. What about you? How are you going to enjoy this weekend? Let us know in the comments below!