The end of summer is approaching and it shows in the weather. The weather will be fall this week with a chance of rain. Temperatures gradually drop to reach a maximum of about 24 degrees. Today’s weather will be mainly dry, but partly cloudy. There is a chance of thunder tonight. RMI reports this.
The last thunderstorms will leave our country this morning. After that, the weather is usually dry and partly cloudy, but some local rain is still possible. Maximum temperatures range between 19 degrees and 24 degrees elsewhere. Winds moderate. As for the sea, the winds become fairly strong, reaching speeds of up to 60 km/h.
There is still a chance of thunderstorms tonight, but the second part of the night will be drier out west with clear spells. There is still a chance of rain along the coast. Winds are usually moderate inland and very strong offshore with gusts of up to 50 km/h. Minimum temperatures range between 10 degrees in the Ardennes, 13 or 14 degrees in the center and west, and up to 16 degrees in the sea.
Tuesday It will be windy and partly to very cloudy. There may be a few showers locally, but the weather will remain dry in most places. Maximum temperatures range from 15 degrees in the Ardennes to 20 degrees elsewhere. Winds blow moderate to very strong and sometimes strong at sea. Wind speed ranges between 50 and 65 km/h inside the country, and reaches 70 km/h at sea.
Wednesday It will be partly to very cloudy at times, but largely dry. Maximum temperatures range between 19 and 23 degrees. It’s still very windy.
Thursday The weather will be very cloudy everywhere and an active rain zone will pass over our country. Maximum temperatures range between 19 and 22 degrees. Moderate winds blow.
Friday Fresh and unsettled marine air flows into our areas. The weather will be volatile, with heavy rain falling at times, which may be thundery in some places. Maximum temperatures range between 14 and 18 degrees. The wind continues to blow strongly.
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