Autumn has taken over the weather

The weather over the next few days will be typically autumnal. Cold and damp air flows into the Czech Republic from the west, which means umbrellas and raincoats will come in handy. Meteorologist Dagmar Honsová said there would be no significant change even at the weekend.

A cold and damp northwesterly flow will influence the weather on Thursday, but there will be at least two millimeters of rain by the end of the week. It may be partly cloudy at times. Afternoon temperatures will range between 11 and 15 degrees Celsius.

High clouds will prevail on Friday. It will be cloudy to overcast, with more precipitation expected in Moravia and Silesia. Morning temperatures range from 7 to 3 degrees Celsius, with occasional ground frosts on the clear—temperatures during the day range from 11 to 15 °C.

On Saturday, a frontal system will influence the weather from the west. It will be partly cloudy to cloudy at the beginning of the day, cloudy during the day from the west, and showers or rain in most of the area. Morning temperatures range from 8 to 4 degrees Celsius, with 2 degrees Celsius in the west, and the possibility of ground frost—temperatures during the day range from 13 to 17 °C.

Sunday will be cloudy to overcast with showers or rain in places. Morning temperatures range from 10 to 6 degrees Celsius—highs of 13 to 17 °C daily.