Relatively sunny weather will give way to a low-pressure front at the end of the week, with showers or rain starting on Friday. From Sunday onwards, we will see an influx of warm air from the southwest, bringing temperatures above 20 °C early next week. Meteorologist Dagmar Honsová said.
“Thursday will have the opposite scenario compared to Wednesday-the least cloud cover will be in the morning and just after noon. In the afternoon, there will be increasing cloud cover from the west, and in the evening, the rain will occur in the west of the territory,” Honsová outlined Thursday’s development. Afternoon temperatures will remain pleasant, ranging from 14 to 18 °C.
Friday will be mostly cloudy, with showers or rain in places. Isolated fog or low clouds may appear in the morning. Morning lows will range from 9 to 5 °C, with daytime lows ranging from 14 to 18 °C.
Saturday will be cloudy or overcast, with rain or showers in places. During the afternoon, it may become partly cloudy. Morning lows will range between 10 and 6 degrees Celsius, with daytime temperatures remaining between 14 and 18 degrees Celsius.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Showers should only occur sporadically. Temperatures will fall to 11 to 7 degrees Celsius in the morning before rising to 18 to 22 degrees Celsius during the day.
Monday and Tuesday will be mainly partly cloudy, with fog or low clouds in places in the morning and afternoon. On both days, morning lows will be 12-8 °C, with daytime temperatures reaching 19-23 °C.