We should not experience any temperature extremes in the next four weeks, meteorologists promise in the monthly outlook of the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute. Temperatures should fall slowly. Rainfall will be heaviest during the week of September 5, but there will be no severe weather.
The week from August 29 to September 4 should be mostly sunny. By midweek, it will cool slightly and rain will increase. However, temperatures should rise back to 25 degrees Celsius for the weekend. Overnight temperatures should be in the range of 10 to 13 degrees Celsius.
Most of the precipitation will occur during the second forecast week from September 5 to 11. However, meteorologists do not expect any major fluctuations and the rain should be in the usual amounts for the time of year.
It should be partly cloudy to cloudy with showers and occasional thunderstorms. Temperatures in the morning range from 16 to 8 degrees Celsius. Maximum daytime temperatures should range between 16 and 25 degrees Celsius.
During the week of September 12-18, daytime temperatures should still average 22 degrees and could climb to a summery 25 degrees Celsius. Night temperatures will already be dropping to 7 to 13 degrees Celsius.
The week of September 19 to 25, should see the start of autumn. Night temperatures should be between 3 and 12 degrees Celsius. Daytime temperatures should be between 16 and 24 degrees Celsius.
The long-term average in the Czech Republic during this period is 14.5 degrees Celsius. “During the forecast period, no significant differences between weekly average temperatures are expected, but in line with the onset of autumn, average temperatures will slowly decrease,” the meteorologists said.