The wisteria is in full bloom in The Hague, the first events have been held and the terraces are filling up. A great start to a new month! What is the weather forecast in June? Jaco van Wezel of WeerOnline tells more about it.
Provide a forecast for a whole month remains difficult, but Jaco says that the prospects are not bad. Jaco: “The first half of June will probably be dry and sunny. Showers hardly reach The Hague and the sun is shining brightly. So great weather! On days when the wind blows more from the east, it can easily 25 until 25 degrees.” That sounds like perfect temperatures for a drink on the Grote Markt!
Jaco does say that there is a big caveat to this: it is not yet clear from which direction the wind will blow, while this does determine the temperature. Jaco: “A fresh north wind or a warm east wind saves a coat!”
Rain in June
So if you want to have a drink on the Grote Markt, it’s best to do so do in early June. In mid-June the weather changes according to Jaco. “As it looks now, The Hague will have to deal with more showers in the second half of June. It is still difficult to estimate how much it will rain.”
Uv radiation in The Hague
Although it may rain in The Hague, according to Jaco, there is high UV radiation for almost the entire month. So if you are going to take a dip at Madestein, walk through the Scheveningse Bosjes or do something else fun, then according to Jaco you should always bring a tube of sunscreen!
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