According to the Dutch newspaper, sunny weather is expected to continue this week. KNMI. The northern part of the country is still cold for the first half of the week, but by the end of the week it will be warm everywhere. On Saturday and Sunday, the thermometer could reach 30 degrees in some places.
The week started with clear skies, with a few clouds in the north on Monday morning. Maximum temperatures will range from 14 degrees on the northern coast to 25 degrees on the southeast, with moderate to strong northeasterly winds.
Tuesday will see much the same weather, with plenty of sunshine and highs between 15°C in the Wadden area and 25°C in the southeast.
The KNMI expects sunny, dry summer weather for the rest of the week, with a small chance of thunderstorms in the southeast. “Temperatures will initially be close to the long-term average, with a few degrees cooler in the north and a few degrees warmer in the south. Warmer temperatures everywhere from Friday, with summer temperatures inland.”
Continued dry weather is bad news for hayfever sufferers, as there is no rain to wash pollen out of the air.of LUMC In the South and West, pollen peaks are expected throughout the week, with pollen peaks expected nationwide on Friday and Saturday.
https://nltimes.nl/2023/06/05/summer-coming-thermometers-hit-30-degrees-celsius-weekend Summer is coming: temperatures could hit 30 degrees this weekend