Get those sun glasses, hot pants and sun cream out: next week (and especially the second half) will be hot, with temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius (86 Fahrenheit). This will happen as the weather will be dominated by high pressure bringing dry winds from the north-east and later south-east, Frank Deboosere explains, using the words "tropical weather".
Belgium could have an official "heat wave". This is the case when a temperature of at least 25 degrees is reached for 5 successive days, with at least 3 of those days having a maximum degree of 30 or more. The heat wave could start next Tuesday, with an expected temperature of 27, and should continue at least until Saturday.