More warm weather on the way

17th April 2007, Comments 0 comments

17 April 2007, AMSTERDAM – The Netherlands can expect unusually warm weather next week. The meteorologists at the Royal Meteorological Institute (KNMI) are predicting temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees after the weekend. The heat will probably last for some time, said a spokesperson for the KNMI on Tuesday.

17 April 2007

AMSTERDAM – The Netherlands can expect unusually warm weather next week. The meteorologists at the Royal Meteorological Institute (KNMI) are predicting temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees after the weekend. The heat will probably last for some time, said a spokesperson for the KNMI on Tuesday.

The temperature in the coming days will be unseasonably warm, but significantly cooler than the temperatures over the weekend. Temperatures reaching 28.9 degrees at the measuring station in De Bilt made it the warmest April weekend ever.

It is doubtful whether the coming weekend will be as warm as last, says the spokesperson. The weather will most likely be more changeable as well.

The number of days in April with temperatures reaching 25 degrees or warmer is also remarkable. "We have had three so far, and there could be more next week."

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