A first for Eindhoven. It was officially the first warm day of the year in the city. This requires a temperature of at least 20 degrees Celsius which was the case in Eindhoven on Tuesday at half past three.
And that means going outside without a coat, crowded terraces, ice creams and skirts.
A temperature of over 20 degrees was also measured in other municipalities in the southern parts of the Netherlands later in the day. The last time the mercury rose above 20 degrees in our country was last October.
Normally it’s 11 or 12 degrees in the afternoon at the end of March in the south, and the first warm day not measured until mid-April.
Translator: Cyril C