End of the Week Forecast: Warm and Mostly Dry

The end of the week promises to be beautiful and sunny, with weather perfect for outings. Meteorologist Dagmar Honsová predicts minimal rainfall and temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius.

“Cloudiness and rain across most of the region, with occasional thunderstorms, are expected only in the second half of next week. Until then, the weather will entice us to trips and nature,” says Honsová.

Thursday will bring the longest duration of sunshine for the week, with the sun shining for 13 hours. Cumulus cloud formation can only occur in mountainous areas. Daily temperatures will be between 16 and 20 degrees Celsius.

On Friday, the sky will start to cloud over, and it will be partially clear to cloudy. Occasionally, showers will appear. Temperatures in the morning will drop to 4 to 8 degrees. During the day, they will be 17 to 21 degrees.

Similar weather will continue on Saturday. Thus, it will be partially clear to cloudy, and showers will appear in places. Morning temperatures will remain between 5 and 9 degrees, and during the day, the thermometer will show 18 to 22 degrees.

The first “Ice Man,” Pankrác, traditionally falls on Sunday. However, it seems that the night frosts have already chosen their victims at the end of April. Morning temperatures will be above zero and will rise with the advancing May. On Sunday, they will be 5 to 9 degrees. In the afternoon, it will be 18 to 22 degrees Celsius in a partially clear to cloudy sky. It might even drizzle lightly.

The weather may worsen from Wednesday, when the sky will cloud over, and rain or showers, with occasional storms, will appear in places.