All CHMI warns of the danger of fires.
Prague – In the Czech Republic the weekend will cool off considerably. The cold front from the west provides temperatures of up to about 16 degrees Celsius and we will see rain and storms. Next week, the warmer air from the south will flow into the Czech Republic and the temperature will rise to 26 degrees Celsius again, predicts meteorologists from the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute. All CHMI warns of the danger of fires.
in Thursday the clear and semi-gloomy sky will last, the afternoon and evening will be cloudy and especially in Bohemia there will sometimes appear clouds or thunderstorms, which can be sporadic and strong. Temperatures during the day are between 30 and 34 degrees Celsius.
the Friday will be mostly cloudy to cloudy, east of the territory it will initially be cloudy. From the west to the Czech Republic comes rain or cloudy, sometimes even thunderstorms. In Moravia and Silesia there are also rare thunderstorms that are accompanied by torrential rain, wind and hail. During the day the temperature in the Czech Republic will be from 22 to 26 degrees, in Moravia and Silesia they will rise to 26 to 30 degrees Celsius.
Saturday it will bring cloudy to cloudy skies and most of the area will be rain or rain, in the east of the area rarely storms appear. The mercury drops to 18-22 degrees Celsius and reaches 22 degrees in Moravia.
the Sunday we will see the cloudy to cloudy sky, in Moravia and Silesia it will be cloudy and some rain or clouds will appear. In the morning fog can also be rare. Temperatures during the day are kept between 16 and 20 degrees Celsius.
the Monday is cloudy to partly cloudy and mostly cloudy in the afternoon. We measure 17 to 21 degrees Celsius all day long.
The following days of the next working week bring mostly cloudy to cloudy skies and rare showers. Daily temperatures are maintained between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius and at the end of the week they are up to 26 degrees.
Josef Fanta landscape expert on drought in the Czech Republic:
The main cause of global warming is human activity, we are on the roof of Europe, no water comes in. Politicians are not interested, have no visions and concepts for landscape care