A weather warning has been issued for the south and east of the Netherlands as weather forecasters expect localized short and heavy showers on Monday.
According to Weeronline.nl, Brabant and Limburg will see maximum temperatures of 32°C, while coastal areas will reach 26-29°C.
The Meteorological Agency KNMI has issued a code yellow warning for the provinces of Zeeland, the southern part of South Holland and the western part of North Brabant from 7pm to midnight on Monday.
Nights are hot and humid, with temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius in many places on Sunday, combined with a lack of wind, which could bring torrential downpours in the southern part of the country.
The KNMI has warned of possible lightning, hail and gusts of wind up to 70 km/h. He advised people to be especially careful on roads, avoid open water bodies, and avoid sheltering under trees.
Temperatures will remain hot for the first half of the week, with parts likely to reach 30 degrees on Tuesday and more rain and thunderstorms expected on Thursday. The weekend is expected to be sunny and dry with temperatures of 20 to 22 degrees.
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