Belgium’s Royal Meteorological institute forecasts up to 15 cm snow
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    Belgium’s Royal Meteorological institute forecasts up to 15 cm snow

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    Snow fall over the Belgian territory could accumulate up to 15 cm layer of snow Wednesday, and even more at various local regions in Belgium, according to the latest forecast by the Royal Meteorological institute (MRI). Tempereatures vary over the day from -2 degrees to 4 degrees by the sea.

    In the evening, light snow fall is still possible in the north-east of the country. The IRM is also warning for icy or hard snow patches on pavements and roads.

    During the night, the IRM predicts frosts. The temperatures will plunge to -6 degrees in the High Fens, and -2 degrees in the centre of the country and at the coast.

    Maria Novak
    The Brussels Times