- Hans Weber
- June 6, 2023
Flaming temperatures are coming back to the Czech Republic
The coming weekend will offer sunny weather with temperatures around 25 °C. Hot air from the southwest is expected to penetrate our area next week, leading to a significant rise in temperatures of up to 35 °C. Meteorologist Dagmar Honsová told the news agency.
After a tropical night from Wednesday to Thursday, for example, in Kopiste in Ústí nad Labem, the temperature did not fall below 20 °C. A cold front will affect the weather during the day.
Increasing clouds will replace partly cloudy weather from the northwest, and storms will arrive in the afternoon, which may be even more robust, especially in the country’s east. Afternoon highs will range from 28 to 32 °C, with temperatures reaching 33 °C in southern Moravia.
“Friday will be a mostly sunny day, but cooler air from the northwest will penetrate us, so we will be inclined to cool down. It will be mostly clear to partly cloudy, with some cumulus clouds forming in the mountains during the afternoon. Afternoon temperatures will reach 21 to 25°C,” Honsová described.
Saturday and Sunday will be mostly cloudy or explicit, with morning temperatures ranging from 12 to 8 °C. Saturday’s highs will range from 22 to 26 °C, with precipitation likely only in the mountains due to temporary cloud cover.
On Sunday, the afternoon temperature range should be 21 to 25 °C, with cooler temperatures possible in the north and west.
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