Thursday might officially be the first day of summer, but the weather will take a turn for the worse, with temperatures of around 17 degrees for the next few days, according to weather bureau KNMI.
Wednesday itself will be as warm as 28 degrees in the far south, but cooler and with some sea mist possible in coastal areas. However, the cloud will clear in most places later in the day, leaving a warm, sunny evening.
From Thursday onwards and into next week it will be cloudy with sunny spells and occasional showers, with temperatures of around 17 degrees. By the middle of next week, the temperature will pick up again to the low 20s and it will remain dry and sunny.
The KNMI long-range forecast states that there is an 80% chance it will remain dry well into July and a 70% of continuing temperatures above the seasonal norm.
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