Autumn Weather is Here to Stay – A Forecast for the Coming Week

The recent rapid cooling in the Czech Republic over the weekend is here to stay. Temperatures are unlikely to exceed 15 degrees, but at least the beginning of the week promises sunny weather. According to meteorologist Dagmar Honsová, clouds are not expected until Thursday.

The start of the week will be sunny, thanks to the influence of a high-pressure area. However, mornings will be frosty, with temperatures dropping below -4 degrees, especially on Wednesday. Honsová mentioned that it’s difficult to determine the temperatures for the end of the week due to the formation of a frontal boundary over Europe, the position of which remains uncertain. “This can still greatly affect the temperatures. However, true autumn weather is already upon us,” she said.

On Monday, skies will be clear to partly cloudy, with afternoon temperatures between 6 and 11 degrees Celsius. In the mountains, clouds and showers are possible, with snow above 700 meters.

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, transitioning to partly cloudy throughout the day. Morning temperatures will range from -2 to 4 degrees, and daytime temperatures will reach 8 to 12 degrees Celsius.

Wednesday will start even colder, with temperatures dropping to -4 to 2 degrees. The rest of the day will see temperatures similar to the previous day, between 8 and 12 degrees. The sky will be mostly clear to partly cloudy, but more clouds will appear as the day progresses.

It will be mostly cloudy to overcast by Thursday, with scattered showers in some areas. However, temperatures will slightly rise. Frost is not expected anymore, with morning temperatures ranging from 0 to 4 degrees and afternoon temperatures reaching 9 to 14 degrees Celsius.

Friday will be cloudy with intermittent showers. Morning temperatures will rise to 2 to 6 degrees, and the highest temperatures in the afternoon will range from 10 to 15 degrees, reaching up to 17 degrees in southern Moravia.

The weekend brings uncertainty with the frontal boundary. If we find ourselves in the warm sector of the frontal boundary, temperatures during the weekend could reach up to 17 degrees Celsius. If it remains cold, maximum temperatures will hover around 10 degrees Celsius. Expect abundant cloudiness and precipitation throughout the weekend, concluded Honsová.