The weather for the past week has been dark, to say the least. Overall, this spring was cold and gray, especially compared to the wonderful weather the Netherlands experienced last year.
It’s unclear if 2021 will be the “appropriate summer”, but the good news is that the weather is recovering and temperatures can reach 25 degrees Celsius next week.
The sun is finally coming to the Netherlands
Friday is the first day you really notice the difference in weather. As the sun goes on, the sun comes out and by Friday afternoon it will be sunny and warm, from 16 degrees northwest to 19 degrees southeast. However, be aware that it can be a shower.
The weather will continue to recover for the weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday are relatively sunny with few clouds. There will be some wind on Saturdays, but temperatures will fluctuate between 16 and 22 degrees Celsius on weekends. It’s the perfect temperature to sit on the terrace for a drink or get the most out of the sun to the park.
Next week’s highest temperature is 25 degrees
The good news is that the good weather lasts a little longer than the weekend. In the first half of next week, temperatures in Maastricht could reach 25 degrees Celsius, with temperatures in Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam quite high at 23 degrees Celsius.
The rest of the weather forecast for next week is still uncertain, but current photos show that temperatures will remain high for the next weekend. Temperatures will continue in the high 20s and are expected to have little or no rain next week.
The coldest spring has been going on since 2013, but summer is just around the corner!
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