The weather will be sunny this weekend.
Tonight and this night, a low pressure nucleus will transit via our regions, from the northwest to the southeast, and will reinforce the activity of the disturbance present on our territory. The sky will then remain very cloudy with overcast with periods of rain sometimes moderate and showers. By late night, the weather will become drier over the west. The minima will be between 1 and 6 degrees. The wind will first be moderate from south to southwest; it will then veer to the northwest sector and will sometimes become weak in a variable direction.
Friday, the sky will be mostly cloudy with some light rain temporarily. It will also be necessary to deal with fog or fog in certain places. Over the course of the day, some thinnings will gradually develop from the northeast. The maximums will be between 4 and 9 degrees, in a generally weak wind from east to northeast.
Friday evening and overnight, the weather will remain dry and the thinnings will become gradually broad in the east, and later also in the center of the country. The sky is expected to remain very cloudy over the west of the territory. We anticipate the formation of fog or fog (freezing) in places, and in particular in the south of the Sambre and Meuse furrow. The minima will be between -2 degrees in the Ardennes and +5 degrees on the coast, in a light easterly wind from east to northeast.
The day of Saturday will likely start with fairly good low clouds or locally fog over the west of the country. But, during the course of the day, we gradually anticipate large thinnings. The maximums will be between 1 or 2 degrees in Hautes-Fagnes and 7 or 8 degrees in the west, under a light southeasterly wind.
This Sunday, the weather will remain dry and generally quite sunny with sometimes fields of high clouds. The maximums will be between 4 and 7 degrees in the Ardennes, and between 2 and 5 degrees elsewhere. Regarding the minima, they will be between -2 and 4 degrees. The wind will be light, and in the Ardennes sometimes moderate, from south to southeast. We plan night frosts in many places.