In the next two weeks, temperatures in the Czech Republic will climb steadily.
According to Czech meteorologists, Monday marks the start of a sunny period with the wind changing to east or south-east on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing dry and very hot weather from the continent.
From July 27 to August 9 temperatures will be above average, rising up to 30 degrees Celsius. On Tuesday, daytime highs could reach up to 32 degrees Celsius.
“We will also have hot nights then, it will be more difficult to sleep at night”, the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ) stated on its website. “There could be a chance of thunderstorms on Thursday, but this is too early to say now.”
However, from mid-August, temperatures should cool a little. “During the third and fourth weeks (August 10 to 23) the weekly average temperature will range around 24 degrees Celsius,” the institute said.
Last summer was the hottest in 58 years, with average temperatures of 19.5 degrees Celsius, some 2.5 degrees above the norm for June through August.
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