We've had northern or north-eastern winds for weeks now, due to continuing high pressure north of Western Europe. The usual western or south-westerly wind seem to have become a rarity. However, things are about to change as the high pressure moves more north. This allows the western wind to take over.
From Tuesday, there is a good chance of some rain, even though it may not be a lot and not everywhere, though thunderstorms are also possible. The weather will remain volatile the days after, with a mix of blue skies, clouds and possible showers. Temperatures will drop to a comfortable 25 Celsius, weather forecasters say.
While nature is begging for some water, farmers already said that the damage has been done, and the damage to their crops is irreversible.