Czech Republic sees final days of summer this week as temperatures drop by week's end

Temperatures will soar on Tuesday before a drop later in the week to more fall weather

Samantha Tatro

Written by Samantha Tatro
Published on 21.09.2020 15:30 (updated on 21.09.2020)

It'll feel like summer for a few more days before temperatures drop again and the rain rolls in, just in time for the official start of fall this week.

On Monday and Tuesday, temperatures are expected to reach 25 to 27 Celsius, depending on the region. Temperatures will peak on Tuesday, according to meteorologists at iDnes.

"Today will be a little warmer, but the highest temperatures this week will be measured on Tuesday," writes the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute on Twitter.

"From Wednesday afternoon, local showers and thunderstorms will start to appear. On Friday and at the weekend there will be a very noticeable cooling and it will rain across the Czech Republic."

Starting Tuesday, expect partly clear to clear skies in Bohemia with the occasional cloud. Temperatures should reach 27 Celsius -- right in time for the official start of Fall.

The following day, clouds will roll in with scattered showers and thunderstorms in some locations. Temperatures will linger in the low 20s.

In the later half of the week, temperatures will start to drop. Expect partly cloudy weather on Thursday with the occasional storm or thunderstorm. Temperatures will linger around 20 degrees.

By Friday, daily temperatures will reach anywhere from 14 to 19 Celsius with clouds and occasional rain.

Throughout the weekend, clouds and storms will continue as temperatures approach 10 to 15 Celsius during the day.