The Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI) warned again on Tuesday morning against slippery conditions throughout Belgium, from dawn until Wednesday morning.
It will be very cold on Tuesday with, especially in the south of the country, some light snowfall that could locally lead to an accumulation of 1 centimetre.
In the north and centre of the country, some light snowfall will also be possible temporarily, but not in large quantities.
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As such, conditions will remain slippery due to snow or freezing of wet road sections.
The RMI warning for slippery conditions remains "yellow" for the whole territory, either for forecasts of 1 to 5 cm of fresh snow in 6 hours, or 5 to 10 cm of fresh snow in 24 hours, or (very) localised icing, or patches of frost or ice.
The Brussels Times