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Tropical Weather Will Remain in Czech Republic This Week

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Meteorologists are anticipating another week of high temperatures above 30°C in the Czech Republic, but with more precipitation expected today and on Friday. The trend of tropical nights, where temperatures don’t fall below 20°C, is predicted to come to an end. These forecasts are provided by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ).

After a scorching weekend that saw temperatures surpass 38°C in various locations on Saturday, today will bring slightly cooler weather. The CHMO tweeted this morning that temperatures will range from 25°C to 30°C, reaching up to 32°C in the southeast. Showers and thunderstorms are forecast to move across the country from the southwest today, possibly bringing isolated showers of approximately 30 millimeters, along with small hail and gusty winds. In the northwest, it will be partly cloudy with isolated showers, and the rainfall and cloud cover are expected to decrease from the west as the day progresses.

Between Tuesday and Thursday, the Czech Weather Service expects only sporadic showers or thunderstorms, though it won’t be entirely clear. Daytime temperatures should rise to 30°C or above during these days. On Friday, the skies will be mostly cloudy to partly cloudy, and localized showers or thunderstorms are possible, with temperatures staying below 30°C. Similar, slightly warmer weather is expected to persist through the weekend.

During the weekend, the Czech Republic experienced tropical nights, where temperatures did not drop below 20°C from Saturday to Sunday and overnight today. The Czech National Weather Service mentioned on Facebook that if temperatures remain steady, more than two dozen stations, particularly in Moravia, may record another tropical night today. However, starting from Tuesday onwards, the lowest temperatures are expected to range from 16°C and above.

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