weather forecast. Today’s weather is changing, what can we expect at Christmas? | Weather News

As for Wednesday, the weather will be largely dry, with clear skies in the west and many clouds in the east. In the afternoon, the weather becomes gradually cloudy everywhere, and the chance of rain increases. Maximum temperatures range between 3 and 10 degrees. The winds are moderate to strong. Especially at sea, wind speeds reach 60 km/h. RMI reports this.

In the evening and the following night, it will remain cloudy to partly cloudy with periods of rain or drizzle. Lows range from 3 to 9 degrees. The winds remain moderate to strong. Wind speeds can reach 50 to 60 km/h inland, and up to 65 to 70 km/h at sea.

Thursday It is often very cloudy with the first periods of rain, especially in the Ardennes region. After that, the precipitation turns into showers, and some clear spells appear from time to time. The weather is fairly mild, with maximum temperatures ranging from 6 degrees in the higher elevations to 13 degrees in the west. Wind speeds are likely to reach 80 km/h at sea.

Friday It is still windy with periods of rain. Maximum temperatures range between 4 and 10 degrees. Winds remain strong to very strong, reaching speeds of up to 70 km/h along the sea.

Saturday The weather will remain very cloudy with rain initially falling everywhere at sunrise. Maximum temperatures range between 5 and 11 degrees. The winds are moderate to strong.

Sunday The weather will remain very cloudy with periods of rain. It is moderate with maximum temperatures ranging from 8 to 12 degrees with strong winds.

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Christmas Day It looks to be a transition day with lots of clouds and rain in the morning. During the day it will improve from the northwest with clear skies. Maximum temperatures reach at the beginning of the day and range between 8 and 12 degrees, with strong winds.

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