Warmest February day record broken again
Temperatures in De Bilt climbed to 18.4 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, breaking the record for the warmest February day ever measured in the Netherlands, according to Weerplaza. The previous record dated from Monday, when a maximum of 18.3 degrees was measured in De Bilt.
Wednesday will also be an unseasonably warm day, with temperatures ranging from 15 degrees along the coast to up to 20 degrees inland. There is therefore a good chance that this record will be broken again.
From Thursday Weerplaza expects more clouds and cooler days, with maximums around 11 degrees. That is still milder weather than usual for late February. The average temperatures for this time of year are between 6 and 8 degrees.