Belgium can expect ice-free roads, above-zero temperature and generally mild weather over the next few days, according to the latest forecast by the Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI), the Belga News Agency reports.
Sunday afternoon was mainly cloudy, but there will be increasingly less rain, starting in the west, while the Ardennes will be foggy. The wind will be moderate, coming in from the southwest, but sometimes strong along the coast.
On Sunday evening and overnight, the sky will remain very cloudy, possibly with slight drizzles here and there, especially in the Ardennes, where visibility will be limited by fog.
Despite the cloudy weather, maximum temperatures will range from 3 degrees in Hautes Fagnes to 12 degrees on the Coast on Saturday afternoon and evening. At night, too, temperatures will remain above zero.
The weather will continue to be dry but overcast on Monday, although clear skies will be visible here and there, while foggy conditions can continue to be expected in the Ardennes. Highs will range from 4 to 11 degrees. During the night, cloud banks will take over the skies, and there could be some rainfall, but the meters will remain above zero.
Tuesday will be mild and dry throughout. Only Flanders will see sunny weather – and only briefly. The remainder of the country will be grey, with highs between 5 and 11 degrees.
From Wednesday onward, the mild generally dry weather will continue, but temperatures will decrease gradually. There will be a risk of fog at night and in the morning. Next weekend, icy conditions are even expected at night.