The sky will be cloudy on Wednesday afternoon with slight rains or drizzles, according to the Royal Meteorological Institute. However, a few clear patches are to be expected, starting in the south of the country and gradually moving northward. The atmosphere will also become a bit more unstable with a generalised risk of showers throughout the country.
Highs will range from 12°C in Haute Ardenne to 17°C in the centre. Winds will be slight, moving from south to southeast.
The sky will remain partly cloudy in the early evening in the west, with a risk of occasional showers elsewhere. During the night clearer, dry weather is to be expected countrywide, although clouds, at times fairly thick, will be possible along the northern border.
Highs will range between 5°C in Hautes-Fagnes and 9°C in the north of the country. The wind will be slight, then slight to moderate from sector east to northeast, and moderate in Ardenne.
On Thursday, the skies will be clear to barely cloudy and the sun will be present throughout the day.
Some high-altitude clouds will be possible along the French border, but the weather will remain dry. Temperatures will be on the rise, with highs between 16°C in Haute Ardenne and 20 to 21°C in the west. The wind will be generally moderate, coming from sector east.