This long weekend we will again benefit from a dry and mild anticyclonic regime with a high pressure center that lies over Austria this Friday and that will send us south of France and south from the Mediterranean basin.
During the night and early morning, low levels or fog will form, especially localized in the south and east of the provinces of Lige and Luxembourg, where light frost will also be seen in the valleys.
During the day, this Friday and Saturday will also be sunny with some veil of cirrus clouds at altitudes and altitudes between 13 and 17 degrees. The night will generally be a minimum of 8 or 9 degrees in the coastal area, 3 to 8 degrees in the interior of the country and +3 to -4 degrees in the Ardennes valleys.
The anticyclonic zone will extend greater towards Scandinavia which will still maintain a south to southeastward flow over Western Europe, with temperatures of about 11° over eastern highs and 15° over plains and seas.
Some night and morning fog will be expected across the region, but the day still promises to be bright despite a milky sky due to the presence of clouds at higher altitudes.
Less cloudiness or fog will still be present in the morning, particularly in Campeine and areas south of Sambre and Meuse Faro. Then the sky will often be cloudy with a few more sunny periods. Depending on the location will be slightly less with a maximum of 8 to 13°.
An area of rain coming to the north-east of France will sweep the country the next night with some light or moderate rain.
With the arrival of a deep storm depression over the west of Ireland, the south wind will be felt higher with peaks of 40-50 km/h.
The sky will often be very cloudy and the west of the country will see new rain in the evening, then spreading to all areas at night.
Wednesday and Thursday
Our regions will be in the middle of the Scandinavian Anticyclone which will begin directing increasingly cold air over Central Europe and spreading into the Near Ocean. These would place us in an ocean current in which rain regions would develop into air where temperatures would be close to seasonal values, i.e. between 7 and 13 degrees depending on altitude.
Developments for Friday and next weekend
The weather will be cloudy or variable with episodes of rain which may be significant but will decrease in intensity over the weekend.
Temperatures will still remain marginally lower with daytime values of 4 to 8 degree Celsius in Ardennes and 8 to 12 degree Celsius over plains and coast.
Possible trends for the period from November 21 to November 24
Temperatures and conditions with occasional little rain in the air will persist into autumn, with maximums between 5 and 12 degrees, very close to the seasonal norms for the end of November.
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