More snow is expected to fall in Belgium on Wednesday and Thursday, the Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI) predicted on Wednesday morning.
The south-east of Belgium can expect light snowfall throughout the day, with fog being likely in the Ardennes. Maximum temperatures will range from 2 to 4 degrees.
Snow is then expected in the north or the east of Belgium in the evening, and the centre of the country will see snowfall at night.
While minimum temperatures could go up to 4 degrees, a thin layer of snow can be expected in the morning in areas from around 100 to 200 metres above sea level, according to the RMI.
Thursday, meanwhile, will be grey, with showers in the north-west and snow in what’s known as upper Belgium, which includes the Ardennes. Snow is also expected to fall in the central part of the country in the morning but will eventually turn into rain.
Maximum temperatures on Thursday will range from 2 to 5 degrees.