Summer Isn’t Over Yet, Twenty-Five Degrees Await!

Despite a few recent setbacks, the Czech Republic is still experiencing summer weather. According to meteorologist Dagmar Honsová, fog, and low clouds can be expected until the end of the week. Still, temperatures will rise to 25 degrees Celsius over the weekend.

As we approach the weekend, the anticipation builds. Honsová predicts we will again reach summer temperatures, with Sunday reaching a high of 25°C. Get ready for another round of record-breaking heat!

The weather on Thursday will bring some fog in the morning, followed by increasing cloudiness throughout the day and occasional showers, especially in the mountains. Morning temperatures will range between 8 and 3 degrees, with a chance of ground frost. Afternoon temperatures will reach between 16 and 21 degrees Celsius.

Friday will see partially cloudy to overcast skies, with sporadic showers in the mountains. Expect fog in the morning and early hours. Morning temperatures will range between 8 and 3 degrees, with occasional ground frost. During the day, temperatures will rise to between 17 and 22 degrees.

On Saturday, the skies will be partly cloudy to overcast, with occasional showers in the mountains. Fog will appear sporadically in the morning. Morning temperatures will range from 12 to 8 degrees, while afternoon temperatures will reach between 20 and 24 degrees, around 18 degrees in the north.

Sunday will bring a mix of clouds and sunshine. Morning temperatures will range between 12 and 8 degrees, while afternoon temperatures will be between 21 and 25 degrees.

The weather pattern will remain similar in the following days, with morning temperatures dropping to around 5 degrees and daytime temperatures peaking at about 24 degrees Celsius.

Don’t put away your summer clothes just yet. With temperatures reaching 25 degrees, it seems like summer is determined to stay a little longer in the Czech Republic!