Belgium’s Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI) is issuing a yellow alert on Thursday for slippery conditions in the provinces of Liège, Namur and Luxembourg, with snow showers until the evening.
The institute warns that from Thursday morning until the evening, snow showers will occur in the Ardennes and may form a layer of a few centimetres.
That snowfall could be up to 10 cm in the coldest and most affected areas, such as the Hautes-Fagnes.
In this region in particular, the accumulated precipitation could exceed 25 l/m2 in 24 hours, calling for particular caution in certain places – especially because of the thaw that has begun, the RMI reports.
The institute also warns of frost and ice formation across the country on Thursday night, with many areas experiencing snowfall.