Tuesday night saw the coldest temperatures of this year’s autumn across the Czech Republic. The entire country experienced temperatures ranging from 2 to -2 °C as the mercury dipped. Notably, the meteorological station in Kvilda-Perla reported a bone-chilling -10 °C. However, the coming nights should not see temperatures drop to freezing.
Meteorologists recorded the chilly conditions in the frosty valleys of the Šumava Mountains and the Jizera Mountains, where temperatures reached -7 °C. The cold spell extended beyond these regions as well, with Rýmařov registering -4 °C and Velké Chvojno in Northern Bohemia seeing -6 °C.
According to the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ), temperatures in the ground layer dropped to as low as 5 °C across most of the country.
During the day, temperatures are expected to rise between 10 and 14 °C after the morning fog dissipates. In the afternoon, cloud cover will gradually increase from the southwest.
As the Czech Republic embraces autumn, it is evident that the changing seasons have brought a significant drop in temperatures. While the chilly nights may continue, the days still offer a glimpse of the fading warmth of summer.