The weather front is predicted to impact Friesland, Drenthe and Groningen starting on Wednesday and continuing through Thursday.
Another code yellow weather warning for slippery conditions is in place for the entire country as snow showers move northeast through the Netherlands on Wednesday. UPDATE: The code yellow is officialyl in effect for all three northern provinces from 7 p.m. on Wednesday until 12 noon on Thursday.
The main impact of the predicted wintry weather is on the train time tables: NS is running fewer sprinter trains between Assen and Groningen, but Arriva has not announced any changes to their schedule due to the snow. People commuting home on Wednesday afternoon may also face delays because of the predicted precipitation.
While the southern provinces could see up to five centimetres, accumulation levels are expected to lower in the north. RTV Drenthe reports that the province could have up to three centimetres by Thursday morning. Snow is predicted to start falling there around 4 p.m. on Wednesday and continue through the early hours on Thursday.
More snow is in the forecast for the weekend, but it looks unlikely that it will pile up or stick around for very long.