A series of well above-average days will end with the passage of a cold front on Wednesday. From near-summer temperatures, we will return to long-term temperature normals in the second half of next week, meteorologist Dagmar Honsová said. But despite the cooling, daytime temperatures will mainly be above 10 degrees.
A warm southwesterly flow brings on extremely high temperatures at the end of October in the upper atmosphere combined with low cloud cover. Over 25 degrees Celsius was measured in three locations across the country.
It could be similarly warm to Sunday on Monday when it is expected to be 18 to 22 degrees during the day. It will be the hottest day of the new week. It will be apparent to be partly cloudy. But where low clouds linger through the day, temperatures will top at 14 degrees.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy. There will be some fog or low clouds in the morning and afternoon; this may linger sporadically throughout the day, then it will only be 12 degrees. Otherwise, temperatures will climb to 14 to 18 degrees. Low clouds may produce drizzle.
In the evening, frontal clouds will begin to increase from the west. “A cold front will pass over the Czech Republic on Wednesday, bringing light rain in places,” Honsová said.
Morning temperatures will be 6 to 10 degrees, rising again to 14 to 18 degrees in the afternoon.
Thursday will be cloudy to partly cloudy. Fog or low clouds in spots in the morning and afternoon with lows of 3 to 7 degrees, then 12 to 16 degrees in the afternoon.
Friday will see even less sun, with cloudy to overcast skies. Isolated fog will appear in the morning. Morning temperatures will again be between 3 and 7 degrees, but daytime temperatures will drop to 9 to 13 degrees.
There will be fewer clouds on Saturday than at the weekend, with cloudy to partly cloudy skies and isolated showers. Morning temperatures will drop to 2 to 6 degrees, with afternoon lows reaching 8 to 12 degrees.
On Sunday, it will be cloudy with rain in places, with morning and daytime temperatures a degree higher than Saturday.