Another strong wind warning, but spring weather coming next week
The current windy and rainy weather will give way to sunshine and spring-like temperatures next week, according to Weerplaza. But first there are still a few days of stormy weather to contend with. Meteorological institute KNMI issued a code yellow warning for strong winds for the entire country.
According to the KNMI, gusts of wind reaching up to 90 kilometers per hour will move from west to east across the Netherlands on Thursday afternoon. The wind will die down during the course of the evening. The south of the country will also see some thunderstorms during the afternoon. Maximum temperatures range between 8 and 12 degrees.
Public works department Rijkswaterstaat expects a busier than usual evening rush hour due to the weather, according to NU.nl.
The weather will remain windy and rainy up to and including Monday, though the sun may peek out more regularly from Sunday, according to Weerplaza. The real turn in the weather will happen from Tuesday. The weather service expects regular sunshine and little rain for the rest of the week. Maximums will climb from around 10 degrees on Tuesday to 13 to 16 degrees later in the week.