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Dry holiday weekend with highs of 23°C before stormy Monday

The long holiday weekend is expected to remain dry and slightly cooler until warmer weather ends the week. Meteorologists say Thursday’s Ascension Day highs could average around 15 degrees Celsius, but temperatures should rise to 20 to 23 degrees Celsius on Sunday. KNMI.

Temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday will be a few degrees cooler than the long-term average, but the UV index will rise to 6 degrees Celsius, Wieronline said. Despite the cold weather, you can still get a tan in about 15-30 minutes.

Thursday will start cloudy, but the sun will peek through the day. Maximum values ​​range from 13 to 16 degrees.

Temperatures will start to rise from Friday. Highs on Friday will range from 16°C to 19°C. Temperatures are expected to hit 20 degrees on Saturday. And on Sunday, the southeastern part of the country could see highs around 23 degrees Celsius.

“The weather maps presented to us are beautiful and perfect for outdoor activities,” says Weeronline. “The days are mostly dry and often sunny.”

Showers and thunderstorms likely after Sunday afternoon. A heavy storm is expected on Monday, but it will still be warm, with highs of 21 to 24 degrees Celsius.

Thunderstorms and localized rain are possible during the last 7 days of May. There will be sunny periods during the week. Temperatures are expected to remain at the long-term average of just under 10°C at night and 19°C during the day, but temperatures should be above average before the start of June.

https://nltimes.nl/2023/05/17/dry-holiday-weekend-temps-23degc-stormy-monday Dry holiday weekend with highs of 23°C before stormy Monday

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