September 20, 2021

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More sun next week: 'Revive with summer days'

More sun next week: ‘Revive with summer days’

After the relatively cold and gloomy months of July and August, which is why there is so much talk about a bad summerSun lovers can still look forward to the few days of summer this weekend and next.

Today he writes that it was still gray in many places, but as of tomorrow it will slowly become clear Weather Plaza. The sun shines especially in the east and south of the Netherlands, while the cloud fields remain longer in the northwest coastal region. This will be at the expense of the temperature, which will remain low until Saturday. Deeper inland it can already reach 25 degrees in some places on Friday afternoon.

On the weekend, there are significant differences between the north and south of Holland: due to the direction of the north-northeast wind, it remains fresh in coastal areas with uniform cloud fields, while in the south it will be from 22 to 24 degrees, with less wind. “We also have a good chance of seeing the sun during the Zandvoort Grand Prix,” says NOS weather worker Peter Kuipers Munneke.

Maybe even warmer next week

The warm air supply may improve next week, as the winds appear to be heading south to southeast. As a result, maximum temperatures of 23-25 ​​degrees can be reached in the center and west of the country, while it may reach a greater depth in the interior and especially in the southeast from 26 to 27 degrees. The sun shines hard for several days and stays dry, according to Werplaza.

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Yesterday, on the last day of summer meteorology, meteorologists from KNMI and NOS made an assessment. Although the summer months were cooler than usual, the average temperature was slightly above average at 17.7 degrees. This is mainly due to the warm days in June. June was the warmest since measurements began in 1901. July and August were relatively gloomy and cold.