Be careful if you take the road this Thursday morning: risk of ice in part of Belgium, placed on yellow alert by the MRI!

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Over the hours, the precipitation zone will progress towards the center and then the south of the country, according to forecasts by the Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM). In the Hautes-Fagnes, the showers can take on a winter character. Temperatures will oscillate between 2 or 3 degrees in the Ardennes, 6 degrees in the center and 8 or 9 degrees at sea, under a moderate wind of variable direction.

This morning, there will still be a risk of patches of frost mainly in the regions located to the south of the Sambre-et-Meuse furrow. There will also be a fairly widespread risk of fog. Mainly south of the Sambre-et-Meuse furrow, it could be freezing fog. North-eastern Belgium is placed on yellow alert.

In the evening, broad clearings will alternate with cloudy fields, causing some showers to the west and the center. In the south of the country, the cloudiness will be more abundant and low precipitation, of a winter nature in the upper Ardennes, will be possible. During the night, mist and fog (icing) may form mainly south of the Sambre-et-Meuse furrow. The minima will be around -2 degrees in Hautes-Fagnes, 0 degrees in the center and 5 degrees at sea, under a weak to moderate wind which will blow from the westerly sector.

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For Friday, the IRM announces a variable weather with the passage of an active rain zone at the end of the day. Temperatures will not exceed 6 degrees.

This gloomy weather will persist during the weekend, with showers that can take on a winter character. In Haute-Ardenne, snow is expected.

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