Second warmest autumn ever
Despite the fact that winter is creeping upon the Netherlands, and temperatures are dropping, this past autumn was the second warmest ever, reports weather-woman Nicolien Kroon from RTL.
The 1st of December marks the start of the meteorological winter in Europe, with four days of autumn remaining. This fall has been the second warmest ever, with an average of 12.3° to 12.4 degrees for the passing season, reports weather forecaster Nicolien Kroon. The only autumn to exceed this average in temperature, is the autumn of 2006 when the average was a mild 13.6°.