The upcoming weekend will be sunny in the Czech Republic, and meteorologists expect tropical temperatures.
According to the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, on Friday, there is a low chance of showers in the east and temperatures will be slightly lower.
Day temperatures range between 23 and 27 degrees Celsius.
It will be clear on Saturday, and temperatures will be around the tropical thirties. It should be warmest in the northwestern half of Bohemia, where thermometers may show up to 33 degrees Celsius.
Sunday may be the hottest day of the year, with meteorologists expecting up to 36 degrees Celsius.
In the evening, occasional showers or thunderstorms will occur in the northwest, which, according to the CHMI, can be severe.
Sunbathers have been warned against ‘overdoing it’ while enjoying the warm weather, with very high UV levels expected.
The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute have issued a heat alert warning people about the dangers of heat – with those looking to swim in open water or use public transport warned to be wary.
Doctors have warned the elderly, people with chronic illnesses and children to stay out of the sun, increase their intake of fluids and avoid exertion.
A spokesman of the Institute added: ‘The June record is firmly under threat. It’s around a 50/50 call as to whether history record books are rewritten.’
According to meteorologists, the heatwave should break on Monday bringing some degree of relief.