Showers, sunny spells, gusts: what is the weather forecast for this weekend?

Showers, sunny spells, gusts: what is the weather forecast for this weekend?
Showers, sunny spells, gusts: what is the weather forecast for this weekend?

The clouds will then reform fairly quickly, according to forecasts from the Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM), and new rains or showers, sometimes quite sustained, will return during the afternoon and evening, mainly in Flanders.

The maxima will vary between 14°C in Haute Ardenne and 18°C ​​in Flanders. The southwest wind will be moderate to often quite strong, along the coast sometimes strong. Gusts could reach 60 km/h.

Next night, the risk of rain and showers will persist in Flanders. In the center of the country and in the Ardennes, the risk of precipitation will be lower. The sky will remain quite cloudy. The minimums will vary between 9°C and 13°C. The wind will generally become moderate again.

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On Sunday, the sky will remain partly to very cloudy and new showers, sometimes quite heavy, will form in places. In the afternoon, they will move towards the center of the country then the Ardennes. A few claps of thunder may sometimes be heard. Drier weather with more clearing will return to the coastal region and the west of the country. The maximums will vary between 14°C in Haute Ardenne and 19°C in the west of the country. The wind will be moderate, along the coast sometimes quite strong. Gusts could reach 50 km/h.

On Monday, cloudiness will be abundant with frequent rain or showers. In the afternoon, they could be quite intense with a risk of thunderstorms. The maxima will vary between 15 or 16°C in Haute Ardenne and 20 or 21°C in the west of the country. The wind will be moderate.

The following days also promise to be very variable with rain or showers sometimes quite sustained and stormy.

Temperatures should gradually rise in the second half of the week.

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