L'Institut Royal Météorologique (IRM) has predicted a cloudy spell in southeastern Belgium, accompanied by light falls of sleet and snow above 400 meters on Tuesday morning. These weather changes are however expected to recede later in the morning, paving the way for clear skies. Temperatures will range from -2°C in the High Fens to 5 or 6°C on the coast, with a moderate north wind turning weak and variable, before shifting to the southwest by the end of the day.
Winter Showers from the North Sea
Tuesday evening and overnight, showers from the North Sea could transform into winter precipitation, with sleet in the plains and snow in the Ardennes. Night temperatures will drop between -7°C in the High Fens and 4 or 5°C by the sea. Snowfall is also projected for Friday, and the weekend could witness the return of winter precipitation, particularly at sea and in the southeast of the country.
Impact on Ski Resorts
These weather patterns are crucial for the 3200 ski resorts around the world, including those in Europe, North America, and Asia. Accurate weather forecasts, live updates from local ski clubs, and interactive weather maps provided by the IRM and other sources are vital to these resorts. The snow forecasts affect the opening of ski areas and the overall skiing experience.
Local Weather Updates
Residents in Soheit-Tinlot, Liege, and Wavre, Walloon Brabant, are bracing for ongoing snow until 12 pm. The 10-day weather forecast indicates snow showers, fluctuating temperatures, and wind details. Furthermore, the 30-day weather forecast for Belgium includes the number of days with snow and rain, and maximum and minimum temperatures.