Iris Olsthoorn


Sinterklaas is in the country and will be touring the many shopping centers of The Hague next weekend. He will visit Loosduinen and Frederik Hendriklaan, among others. During the big entry the weather was wonderful, will it be Saturday 13 November also be like this? We look at the experts at Weeronline.

It will be wet at the end of the week, with a lot of rain especially on Thursday and with that also drops in temperature.

Weather Forecast Saturday 13 November

According to WeerOnline it will be a gray weekend. Rain is expected in The Hague on Saturday morning, but it is likely to be dry in the afternoon. It is cool, about 7 degrees and the wind chill is even only 5 degrees. So a warm hat or miter is nice for the spectators. Sunday it will be a bit wetter and it will feel even colder.

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