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Climate & Weather in The Netherlands

According to most people the best time to visit the Netherlands is between May and September. During these months the temperatures will vary between 18 and 25 degrees Celsius and the nature is at its best during this period. When travelling outside these months you have to be somewhat lucky when it comes to the weather. It might be quite cold and wet during these months. Every month of the year has some rainfall, this can be more in one month than the next month, a daily drizzle is not uncommon for Dutch people.

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Seasons in , The Netherlands

The Netherlands has a temperate climate. This means that the temperatures in the summer are usually not that high and the winters are not too extreme. On average the temperature in the summer is almost 18 degrees Celsius and in the winter it’s around 4 degrees Celsius. If you visit the Netherlands in the winter times however you might have have a period filled with snow. The most rainfall on average will take place in the months April and October.

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