The dry and sunny weather is gone after today… and what about King’s day?

Many of us have been enjoying all the thrills of the sunny weather – heading to a beach, having a BBQ, going to a festival. We’ve had some of the best Easter weather yet, but I’m afraid to say that it’s soon to be all over. *sobs silently*

The weather is set to change over the course of the week and it’s looking pretty wet for King’s day… URGH WHY. We’ll go more into the weather forecast for each day now – including King’s day.

Today (Tuesday)

Today is another lovely sunny and warm day, with temperatures reaching 23 degrees Celcius for some of us. Expect a clear day and basically the same sort of weather we’ve been getting and enjoy it… it’s the last day!

Tomorrow

Tomorrow is a bit hit and miss, with every sort of weather expected. Temperatures of 23 degrees are expected again but expect sunny spells, cloud and even a thunderstorm or two. If you’re thinking of cycling to work, do be sure to bring that waterproof poncho. πŸ˜‰

Source: Weerplaza

Thursday

This is where the temperature suddenly dips – so we’re back down to 17 degrees now. Expect heavy rain at times, along with a few dry patches. The sun won’t feel anywhere near as hot too, so it’s like normal NL now.

Friday

The temperature has dropped again and we’re looking at highs of around 15 degrees. Again, expect a mixture of cloud and rain and just typical April weather.

Saturday (King’s day)

What’s the weather going to be like on King’s day?

This is the part where we all just really wound up because all we really wanted is for King’s day to be like it was this weekend. However, it’s not. They’ll be highs of 13 degrees, yes thirteen *eye roll*Β and rain. There will be sunny spells, but in general, it’s pretty chilly and a lot of heavy rain throughout the day. Let’s pray it changes.

Have you enjoyed this lovely weather? Let us know what you did in the comments.

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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