The first snow of the year fell in Heerlen on Sunday evening at around 8pm. It was just a little snow so did not blanket the streets and no more snow is expected anytime again soon. But what can we expect for the rest of the week?
Weather report for the next week
The week starts wet as a low-pressure in the north-east of our country produces extensive cloud cover. This means there will be rain in most of the country, according to Weerplaza online.
The warmest temperatures will be in the southwest of the Netherlands where around 8 degrees are expected.
Goedemorgen, een regenachtige dag vandaag met in de oostelijke helft van het land de meeste neerslag. Morgen ook nog wat regen, daarna een paar droge dagen. pic.twitter.com/VQS1GZW7j9
— Weerplaza.nl (@Weerplaza) November 18, 2019
Rain will continue in the north of the Netherlands but will ease in the south of the country. Temperatures rises to between 6 and 9 degrees.
On Wednesday we can hang our rain jackets up and pop those umbrellas away as it will be dry in most of the country. But it is unlikely to be those glorious and crisp winter days and clouds will prevail and block out any chance of sun.
Are you amped for the snowy season? And a potential snowy Christmas? What’s the best place you’ve experienced snow? Let us know in the comments below!
Feature image: Vincent van Zeijst/Wikipedia