After a sunny day on Tuesday, wintry showers will return to the Netherlands on Wednesday, as the temperature drops and night frosts become increasingly likely, according to weather bureau KNMI.
Wednesday morning will be wet in the south and central parts, while sleet may fall in the east and south-east of the country. There will be sunny spells in the afternoon, but rain or sleet will hit the south of Limburg later in the day, and the temperature will fall to as low as 1° in the east.
More wintry showers are likely on Wednesday evening in coastal areas but elsewhere it will be dry with frost in sheltered places.
Thursday it will remain dry with sunny spells but cold, while Friday will have more wintry showers, the KNMI said. The weekend will be similar, with temperatures barely rising above 3°, but less chance of night frosts.
The KNMI’s long-term forecast predicts a 50% chance of more of the same wintry weather, and a 50% chance of more rain well into December.
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