Meteorological institute KNMI warns of thunderstorms in the Netherlands on Monday. A code yellow weather warning was issued for the entire country. The north-western parts of the country can expect thunderstorms this morning. From this afternoon more storms will enter the country from the south, according to the KNMI.
Thick fog in the province of Utrecht and eastern parts of Zuid-Holland may case traffic problems on Friday morning. In some places visibility is less than 200 meters, according to meteorological institute KNMI.
A code yellow weather warning has been issued for strong winds along the coastal areas of the Netherlands on Tuesday.
The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) has issued a code yellow warning. Strong winds of between 75 - 90 kilometer per hour is expected across the Netherlands this morning, with even stronger winds of between 100 - 110 kilometer per hour along the coast.
The heavy weather on Sunday caused several reports of water damage in parts of Brabant. In some areas, 22 mm of rain fell, leaving roads flooded and cellars under water. This morning, Weeronline.nl reports that other areas of the country have experienced 40 mm of rainfall.
The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) has issued a code yellow weather warning for much of the country, in relation to dangerous weather. According to the institute, the afternoon could bring thunder, wind gusts and heavy rain on the East, South and Middle and West from later on in the afternoon.
The Netherlands Royal Meteorological Institute (KNMI) is warning for dangerous weather later in the afternoon. Thunder storms could spread over the entire country, and there could also be hail. The KNMI is therefore issuing a code yellow (possible dangerous weather) for the entire country.
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