The warmth of the previous days is unlikely to return until mid-June, according to the long-term outlook from the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI). Daily temperatures will range between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius in the coming weeks.
“Relatively cooler weather is expected in the first week of the forecast (May 22 – 28), with an average minimum nightly temperature of around 8°C and maximum daytime temperatures around 20°C,” meteorologists stated. However, very high temperatures were recorded on Monday, reaching 29.2 degrees in Doks in the Česká Lípa region. Temperatures above 25 degrees are still expected in the eastern part of the country on Tuesday but will gradually cool down. On Wednesday, temperatures will struggle to reach 20 degrees.
From May 29 to June 18, it should be warmer in the following weeks, with daily temperatures around 23 degrees Celsius and nightly temperatures around 10 degrees.
Regarding rainfall, there will be minimal precipitation this week, with more expected during the week of June 5-11.
The CHMI emphasizes that the outlook is not a weather forecast but rather a probabilistic trend in its development during the upcoming period.