Snow will cover the entire country this Wednesday. It will cross Luxembourg province around 4am and hit the center by late morning. The IRM has put four Walloon provinces on orange alert for slippery conditions tomorrow. The rest of the country is yellow. Where, when and how much will it snow tomorrow?
The provinces of Liège, Hainaut, Namur and Luxembourg are on orange alert due to slippery conditions. The warning has been in effect since Wednesday morning. Walloon Brabant and Brussels are on yellow alert.
If the first winter precipitation is forecast at 2 a.m., snow will eventually appear here a little later. Concrete and flakes will arrive on Wednesday 4 am In the south of the province of Luxembourg. in between 6 and 7 am, which would invade south of Namurois and the beginning of Hainaut. It will then move towards its progress 9 am in Charleroi, Namur and Liège. towards 10 amIt is Walloon Brabant that will be affected, before Brussels Noon.
In terms of dimensions, the line from Beaumont (Hainaut) to Saint-Vith (Liège) is 20 to 30 cm below. 5 to 10 cm in Namur. In Brussels, you should expect at least 5 cm of snow. By the end of the day on Wednesday, the situation looked more complicated.
During the night from Wednesday to Thursday, Mercury will sink minus 10°C (or even less locally) over the next few nights, according to the Royal Met Office's forecast for midday on Tuesday. The ice will then depart again around 6 a.m. Thursday.
An orange warning for slippery conditions has been issued until noon on Thursday. The provinces concerned will switch to code yellow until Thursday afternoon, along with the provinces of Walloon and Flemish Brabant, Limburg and Brussels.
The rest of the week
Thursday, a snow disturbance will (rapidly) leave our country from the southeast, while elsewhere the weather will already be dry. A few winter rains fall from the North Sea to the northwest of our country. The maximum varies between -4 degrees in the Hot Ardennes and +4 degrees in the ocean.
Friday, some wintry showers may still occur, mainly in northeastern areas near the Netherlands. Elsewhere there are occasional generous breaks, except south of the Chambray et Meuse borough where low cloud and freezing fog can linger. Highs will oscillate between -4 degrees in the Ardennes and +4 degrees in Flanders.
Saturday, the weather will be dry with many high clouds in the west. In the Ardennes, low clouds and freezing fog may persist in the morning. Maximums will be between -4 degrees in the Hautes Fagnes and 3 degrees at sea.
Sunday, the weather will still be dry in most parts, but the sky will be very cloudy. It will be moderate, with a maximum of 5 degrees in the centre.