- Hans Weber
- December 1, 2023
Czech Republic to Experience Temperature Rise in Early September Following Brief Cooling Period
The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ) forecasts a return to warmer temperatures in the Czech Republic at the start of September. After a brief cooling interlude, this week’s temperatures are anticipated to be around average, with the following week poised to bring above-average temperatures.
The outlook spans four weeks from August 28 to September 24, with meteorologists predicting generally average to slightly above-average weather conditions.
During the first week, temperatures are set to remain moderate, with minimum nighttime temperatures starting at approximately 14°C, dipping to around 10°C midweek, and then increasing to about 12°C towards the week’s end. Maximum daytime temperatures will initiate around 18°C and escalate to about 26°C by the week’s conclusion.
Moving into the second week, temperatures are expected to surpass the average, with minimum temperatures hovering around 12°C and maximum temperatures reaching approximately 23°C. The last two weeks of the forecast period are projected to be characterized by moderate temperatures.
Rainfall is expected to peak this week, with an average of 10-15 mm per week. The initial week is likely to witness precipitation exceeding 25 mm, particularly at the week’s commencement.
The Czech Republic can anticipate warm weather in early September, with temperatures surging to 25°C before climbing further as the week progresses. These pleasant conditions are anticipated to persist throughout the month.
It’s important to note that while the monthly outlook provides a general weather pattern, it might not account for all possible fluctuations, as cautioned by the ČHMÚ. The temperature forecast holds a success rate of around 75%, while the precipitation forecast’s accuracy stands at approximately 65%. Forecasts for the third and fourth weeks tend to align closely with long-term climatic values for the corresponding periods.
Article by Prague Forum