With the dark clouds and rain falling over the past few days, it seems like fall has officially begun. But if we can believe the weather forecasts, we are still in for ‘Indian summer’ or late summer. The weather will remain gray and rainy until the end of this week, but from next week the sun will reappear and it will be warmer again with maximum temperatures reaching 24 degrees.
Weather service NoodweerBenelux predicted earlier this week that the weather pattern will become more stable in the coming period, leading to drier and warmer weather. This is due specifically to the rising of warm air. “According to a recent study, September is also starting to resemble June more, so it is no longer exceptional to see such warm temperatures,” says Nicholas Rose of NoodweerBenelux.
Anyone who really wants to go out on the balcony again will have to be patient for a few more days. The RMI expects the weather to remain volatile and cloudy today and tomorrow. There may be rain or thunderstorms on Friday. Temperatures range between 13 and 18 degrees. This weekend the weather will remain partly cloudy, and there is a chance of rain here and there. The weather will be warmer on Sunday with highs reaching 19 degrees.
But next week the long-awaited end of summer will finally begin. Monday and Tuesday will be beautiful days with temperatures just above 20 degrees, RMI reports. Wednesday is also expected to be sunny with temperatures rising to 24 degrees in the center of the country. Perfect time to enjoy the last part of summer.
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