That’s all for Summer 2019 folks, two national heatwaves and three regional heatwaves. Which is, well, pretty damn good for the Netherlands! But all those rain jackets and umbrellas we own will be put to good use in the upcoming week as rain is on the way..
Strong winds from the North Sea will bring the first lot of rain Wednesday morning and reduce temperatures to around 15 degrees. Between 5 and 15 mm of precipitation is expected but more could easily fall in the west and north of the Netherlands.
Showers will continue into Thursday and temperatures will remain nippy. Friday and the weekend are forecasted to be drizzly as well but the temperatures will rise a little to around 19 degrees.
Weet je het nog, de #zomer van 2019? Het lijkt met het huidige weer alweer zo lang geleden… Zit er nog een nazomertje aan te komen, of houdt het weer zich aan de weerkundige #herfst? Lees onze blog: https://t.co/hZavTaqbxN pic.twitter.com/KOo2VDRyZt
— Buienradar (@BuienRadarNL) September 3, 2019
Maurice from Burienradar tells RTL News “Fortunately, the month of September lasts a long time, so there is a chance that we will have a late summer. October can also cause surprises.”
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