Weather: here are the regions that will be most affected by snow (infographic)
According to the medium-term European prediction model, here are the areas that will be most impacted.
By Belga with the editorial staff
LA snow, melting, appeared Sunday afternoon in the extreme south of the country, provides the Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM). The maxima varied between -1 and +2°C south of the Sambre and Meuse furrow, and around +2 or +3°C elsewhere, under a moderate wind. The area of precipitation will extend in the evening towards the rest of the country, the bulk concentrating on the Ardennes.
During the night, snow will also begin to fall in the lower regions of Namur, Luxembourg and Liège. It will accumulate on the heights and will reach up to 5 cm. In the center of the country, the rain will turn into melting snow and then snow, without holding. The mercury will freeze at -1°C in the Hautes Fagnes and will rise timidly to 0°C or 1°C in the center, or even 2°C or 3°C in the north.
The IRM therefore advises motorists to be vigilant because the roads will be slippery.
Here are the areas that will be the most impacted according to the ECMWF.
Monday will be draped in clouds, then snow. The snow cover will reach 5 cm locally to 10 cm in the Ardennes. From the northwest, the weather will become drier and the air a little milder. If the snow should disappear in Lower Belgium, the Ardennes will cling to it. The maxima will oscillate between 0°C and 2°C south of the Sambre and Meuse furrow, around 6°C on the coast and between 2°C and 4°C elsewhere. The wind will be light to moderate at sea.
Monday evening, we will still observe some light rain in the province of Limburg and a little snow in the Ardennes, then the weather will become dry everywhere, although cloudy. The thermometer will indicate between -1°C and +1°C south of the Sambre and Meuse furrow, and between +2°C and +4°C elsewhere. The light wind should not disturb the arrival of Saint-Nicolas, which will spoil good children.
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