Across the country, there has been 130mm of rain so far this month, compared with just 78mm in a normal year – with almost 250mm falling in some coastal areas, more than three times the normal rate.
There was some consolation, though: the sun shone on average for 155 hours, compared to 143 in the normal year.
— Weeronline (@weeronline) September 28, 2017
Temperatures were affected by the rain, falling almost a degree lower than in the average September.
Meanwhile, De Bilt in the province of Utrecht, broke a record for the coldest ever September 16th ever measured, experiencing 12.9 degree weather.
Maastricht was luckier, hitting a high of almost 25 degrees in the sun on September 5th.