Friday, Oct. 28 was the warmest since records began, and more weather records are likely to be broken this weekend, forecasters say.
Temperatures in Maastricht reached 23.5 degrees Celsius, one degree above the previous record set in 2005. At the Debilt weather station, where official records are set, it exceeded 20 degrees Celsius, compared to 19.4 degrees Celsius in 2005.
However, there are large regional differences. For example, on the Wadden Sea island of Terschelling, it did not drop below 16 degrees Celsius.
Cloudy overnight with the possibility of localized showers in the northwest.
However, the warm weather will continue over the weekend, with temperatures in Limburg expected to soar to 25 degrees Celsius.
According to weather forecast site Buienradar, temperatures will drop by the middle of the week, with a high of 13 degrees Celsius expected on Wednesday.
The warm weekend also coincides with the end of daylight savings time, with clocks turning back one hour on Saturday night.
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https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2022/10/friday-was-the-warmest-october-28-on-record-and-more-is-to-come/ Friday was the warmest on record for October 28th.