The Last Days of Indian Summer

Enjoyable and above-average temperatures will only last until Saturday. In the following days, we can expect a noticeable cooling as a cold northwest-to-north airflow begins to penetrate behind the cold front. We will go from summer temperatures to values about 10°C lower, and in mountainous areas, we may even experience mixed or snow precipitation, meteorologist Dagmar Honsová told Novinky.

“While until Saturday, the highest afternoon temperatures will be above average – we will even reach the summer limit of 25°C, and temperature records will fall – on Sunday, after the cold front passage, cold air will penetrate the Czech Republic, significantly lowering the temperatures. The beginning of next week will bring true autumn weather – even winter weather in higher areas,” summarized the meteorologist.

Thursday will initially be partly to almost clear, with only cloudy skies in the Ústí region and fog or low clouds in the northeast. It will already become cloudy from the northwest in the morning, with rain or showers in the north and west.

“A frontal boundary from the north will influence the weather in our country – it will be responsible for significant temperature differences between the colder northern regions and the ‘summer south.’ Temperatures will range from 17°C in the Liberec region to 25°C in the South Moravian Region,” Honsová said.

Friday will start with more clouds, with precipitation in the north and northeast. Fog will sporadically reappear in the morning. During the afternoon, the clouds will decrease, becoming partly clear. Temperatures will drop to 14-10°C in the morning and reach 20-24°C during the day.

Saturday will have partly clear to almost clear skies, with locally low clouds in the morning. Minimum temperatures will range from 15-11°C, and daytime temperatures will rise to 20-25°C.

Sunday will be predominantly cloudy to overcast, with rain or showers in some places, which may turn into snow on mountaintops. Morning temperatures will decrease to 9-5°C; during the day, it will only reach 10-14°C.

Monday will offer mostly clear skies, with more clouds in the north and showers in some places, which may again be mixed or snow at higher altitudes. Morning temperatures will drop to 4-0°C, and daytime temperatures will rise to 8-12°C.

The outlook for Tuesday and Wednesday promises primarily clear skies with the highest temperatures between 8-12°C. Morning temperatures will drop to 2–2°C on Tuesday and 2–3°C on Wednesday.