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Heat waves can occur later this week in the southern part of the Netherlands, with temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius from Tuesday.

Weeronline, the Meteorological Bureau, said long-term sunlight, warm air rising from the south, and relatively weak winds would raise temperatures throughout the week.

Clouds covering most of the country gradually disperse on Monday morning, with temperatures ranging from 18 degrees north to 26 degrees south in Zeeland, North Brabant and Limburg.

Cloudy nights provide the basis for a much warmer day on Tuesday. On Tuesday, parts of the south can reach 32 degrees.

The weather is expected to cool slightly over the weekend and fall below 25 degrees Celsius, but the heat wave expected in France next week could spread to the Netherlands and raise the thermometer to 35 degrees Celsius.

No wind means less rainfall and worsens drought-like conditions in the east and southwest, Mr. Wheelonline said.

A map showing the lack of rainfall by region. Source: KNMI

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