Temperatures are expected to rise above 30 degrees again in parts of the country later this week, according to the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute KNMI.

Most of Monday and Tuesday will be dry and sunny, but clouds and occasional showers are expected in the eastern part of the country.

Temperatures are set to peak on Thursday when the KNMI forecasts a high of 29 degrees at the De Bilt weather station.

The southern part of the country will see 30 degrees by Wednesday, with some areas likely to reach 33 degrees on Thursday.

On Friday, the KNMI forecasts showers and winds from the north, which will make it colder. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-20s over the weekend.

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