Posted on Friday, November 26, 2021 at 06:54 a.m.
Through Sudinfo with Belga
It will be generally dry this Friday morning, but with fairly good medium and high cloud, according to the latest forecast from the Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM).
This midday, an active zone of precipitation will approach our territory by the coast. It will give rise to rain or sometimes a little slush over the west and the center. It will reach the Ardennes at the end of the day, where it will mainly lead to snow, with an accumulation on the ground above about 400 m.
The maximums will be between 1 degree on the Hautes-Fagnes to 6 or 7 degrees on the coast. The wind will return to the southwest sector and will gain in intensity, often becoming quite strong with gusts around 50 or 60 km / h.
In the evening this Friday, snowfall will continue in the Ardennes, with a significant accumulation on the ground above 300 or 400 m. Elsewhere, it will be rain showers, sleet or slush. A thunderclap is not excluded on the coast. In the second part of the night, a lull should occur from the west with temporarily larger openings. The minima will be around +4 degrees at the coast and between -3 and +3 degrees elsewhere.
On Saturday, the cloudiness will be variable to heavy with regular showers. On the west, it will be rain showers or rain and snow mixed. On the center, it will be rain or slush. In the Ardennes, it will be snow with a possible accumulation of a few additional centimeters, mainly above 500 m. Note that it is not excluded that the soils temporarily whiten at lower altitude. Maximum temperatures will be between 0 or 1 degrees in the Ardennes terrain, between 2 and 5 degrees in the center, and between 6 and 7 degrees in the far west.
Sunday, the weather will remain variable with regular showers. It will be snow in the upper Ardennes, rain in lower Belgium and rain or slush in average Belgium. On the coast, these showers can be intense and accompanied by a thunderclap. The maxima will oscillate between 0 degrees in Hautes-Fagnes and 6 degrees in the west.