Weekend Weather Forecast for the Czech Republic: Cooler Temperatures and Rain, Warmer Weather Ahead

The Czech Republic is gearing up for a weekend of weather fluctuations, with cooler temperatures and rain expected to dominate before a return to warmer conditions early next week, according to the forecast by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ).

A cold front is set to make its way across Central Europe on Friday and Saturday, gradually advancing eastward. By Sunday, a high-pressure system will move in from the southwest, making its way east to northeast, and along its trailing edge, meteorologists anticipate the return of warm southern air.

Friday’s weather outlook is predominantly cloudy to overcast. Rainfall and showers, accompanied by isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms, are expected across most of the region, originating from the west. Daytime temperatures are forecasted to reach between 19 to 23°C, with slightly cooler conditions around 17°C in the west and warmer temperatures of up to 25°C in the southeast and east.

Saturday will bring cloudy skies with intermittent rain, particularly in the southeastern half of the region, and persistent rain in the east. As the day progresses, rain and cloud cover are expected to diminish from the west. Overnight temperatures will dip to a range of 13°C to 9°C, with slightly higher readings in the southeast. Daytime temperatures will vary from 14°C to 18°C.

Nighttime temperatures are expected to plummet to as low as 6°C.

Sunday’s weather is anticipated to feature mostly partly cloudy to cloudy conditions, with a decrease in rain activity in the east. Overnight lows will range from 10°C to 6°C, with around 12°C in the southeast and east. Meteorologists foresee daytime temperatures similar to those on Saturday, with the possibility of temperatures reaching 20°C in Bohemia as the day progresses.

Following the weekend, the Czech Republic can look forward to warmer weather with no precipitation, and daytime temperatures exceeding 20°C. This shift in weather conditions will likely be a welcome change for residents and visitors alike.

Article by Prague Forum

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