White Christmas in the Netherlands

22nd December 2010, Comments 0 comments


It is official!!! The KNMI, the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, has confirmed that the Netherlands is going to experience its second consecutive white Christmas. Last year's white Christmas was the first in nearly 30 years.

Het KNMI defines a white Christmas as uninterrupted snow coverage in the centrally located town of De Bilt - where the KNMI offices are located - on both Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Most of the country is currently covered in a thick layer of snow and more has been predicted to fall in the next 48 hours.



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