Cold and clouds on the menu

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 16:21
The temperature will be the same on Wednesday, with maximum temperatures ranging from 3 to 6 degrees Celsius. The temperature will be the same on Wednesday, with maximum temperatures ranging from 3 to 6 degrees Celsius. © Belga
Tuesday afternoon will see Belgium generally dry but with cloudy skies.
These are the latest forecasts from the Royal Meteorological Institute.

Being close to France, which is likely to have showers, a risk of light showers will however be present. The temperature will not exceed 5 degrees in the centre of the country. In the Ardennes, it will be no warmer than 1 or 2 degrees Celsius.

The temperature will be the same on Wednesday, with maximum temperatures ranging from 3 to 6 degrees Celsius. The weather will then warm up a little, with Thursday and Friday having temperatures that might reach 7 to 8 degrees Celsius.

During the night from Tuesday to Wednesday a multitude of clouds are expected, as well as light wintry showers spread over the centre to the east of the country. In the daytime, the weather is likely to be dry over the majority of regions.

Christopher Vincent
The Brussels Times
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