After the three storms of the past week, Wednesday will be a dry, sunny day with temperatures reaching up to 11 Celsius, the KNMI weather bureau said.
It will cloud over later in the day and the rain is likely to stay away although it will remain windy on the coast.
Thursday will begin with some sunshine but it will soon cloud over and rain will move from west to east in the afternoon. The wind is also likely to increase in coastal areas.
The remaining rain will clear on Friday, leaving a dry weekend ahead with plenty of sunny spells and a light frost at night. Daytime temperatures will be around 8 or 9 Celsius.
The dry weather and night frosts will continue well into March, the KNMI said in its long-term forecast.
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