The end of April is expected to bring a “temperature rock and roll” in the Czech Republic, with afternoon highs reaching at least 20°C by the end of the week. While morning temperatures will often hover around zero degrees or below, the upcoming week will also see precipitation, some of which will be snow.
Meteorologist Dagmar Honsová shared the forecast, which includes a cold front bringing cold air from the northwest of the country starting on Wednesday, causing night-time temperatures to drop below freezing and snowfall at higher elevations.
The extended weekend will see the most clouds and precipitation on Saturday, with rain expected across much of the country. Afterward, precipitation will only be sporadic. On Monday, there will be overcast skies and drizzle in the morning in the Czech Republic, with rain also expected in Moravia and Silesia. Temperatures will range from 11 to 15°C.
On Tuesday, the weather will continue to be cloudy or overcast, with precipitation or snow at higher elevations expected in most of the country. Temperatures will drop to 6-2°C in the morning and rise to 9-14°C during the day.
Cloudy or overcast skies are expected on Wednesday, with occasional rain or precipitation at higher elevations and temperatures ranging from 2 to -2°C in the morning and 8 to 12°C during the day. Thursday will be partly cloudy to overcast, with occasional rain or snow at higher elevations. Temperatures will range from 2 to -2°C in the morning and 10 to 14°C during the day.
The weekend will see the most precipitation on Saturday, while precipitation will be sporadic afterward. The weather will continue to be cloudy or overcast with occasional rain or drizzle at higher elevations until Thursday, with temperatures ranging from 2 to -2°C in the morning and 8 to 14°C during the day.