No rain ahead but make the most of the warmer temperatures


While Thursday and Friday are set to be sunny and warm, and there is no rain on the radar until well into next week, it will be chillier in the days ahead, weather forecasters say.

The maximum temperature will be 17 Celsius on Friday and Saturday, but by the weekend there will be more cloud around and the temperature will drop from Sunday to around 13 Celsius.

The situation will be similar for the rest of the week, but the KNMI weather bureau says there maybe some rain on Wednesday. And from Wednesday night, it will be chillier and there could even be frost, due to the northerly winds, the KNMI says. Weerplaza and Weeronline paint a similar picture.

The KNMI’s long term forecast for early April is for colder weather with night frosts and possibility of wintry showers. Temperatures will start rising again towards the end of next week.

Thank you for donating to

The team would like to thank all the generous readers who have made a donation in recent weeks. Your financial support has helped us to expand our coverage of the coronavirus crisis into the evenings and weekends and make sure you are kept up to date with the latest developments. has been free for 14 years, but without the financial backing of our readers, we would not be able to provide you with fair and accurate news and features about all things Dutch. Your contributions make this possible.

If you have not yet made a donation, but would like to, you can do so via Ideal, credit card or Paypal.

Local News

Articles You May Like

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Micron, Paramount, McCormick and more
Market Strategist Discusses ‘Super Bubbles’ Bursting — Warns of ‘Outrageously Consequential, Painful Effects’
Chatgpt More Useful Than Crypto, Nvidia Tech Chief Says
The Dutch housing market: what exactly is the government doing?
Who’s afraid of commercial real estate?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *