The Czech Republic has been experiencing a heat wave, with temperatures above 30°C. However, according to meteorologist Dagmar Honsová, this hot weather will continue this week, with temperatures above 25°C even after a cold front passes through on Wednesday.
This week will bring some changes in weather, with a cold front set to bring rain and thunderstorms to most of the country on Wednesday. The thunderstorms may be accompanied by heavy rainfall and strong winds. After the cold front passes, an area of high air pressure will move in.
The weather will remain mostly clear on Monday and Tuesday, with temperatures between 27°C and 31°C. On Tuesday, clouds will start to move in from the west, but temperatures will remain in the same range.
Wednesday will bring cloudy skies with periods of rain and thunderstorms, particularly in the eastern part of the country. The morning will be warm, with temperatures between 18°C and 14°C, while afternoon temperatures will reach 22°C to 26°C in the west and as high as 28°C in the east.
Thursday will be partly cloudy, with some rain or showers in the eastern part of the country. Morning temperatures will be between 16°C and 12°C, while afternoon temperatures will reach 20°C to 24°C.
Friday will see primarily clear or partly cloudy skies with fog in the morning. Temperatures will drop significantly overnight, with a low of 3°C, and may even reach freezing in some areas. However, daytime temperatures will reach 21°C to 25°C.
Saturday will be mostly clear or partly cloudy, with morning fog in some areas and scattered showers in the southeast. Morning temperatures will be between 9°C and 5°C, while afternoon temperatures will reach 23°C to 27°C.
Sunday will see more clouds, partly cloudy to cloudy weather, and scattered showers. Morning temperatures will be between 13°C and 9°C, while afternoon temperatures will reach 23°C to 27°C.