High temperatures to continue, then drop to normal at month’s end
Temperature records have been broken in recent days, and this could be repeated in the weeks to come. Meteorologists forecast rain this week, but only at the beginning of the week. Photo credit: @BrnoDaily
Brno, Apr 16 (BD) – After a week of record breaking temperatures in the Czech Republic, the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMI) has forecast another week of above average temperatures.
For example, last Thursday temperatures reached 27 degrees Celsius. Eight of the ten meteorological stations that have been measuring temperatures in the Czech Republic for more than 100 years recorded temperatures surpassing historical highs that day, Czech news server Aktualne.cz reported yesterday.
Weather stats for April 16 – May 13 (1981-2010); source: Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (Český hydrometeorologický ústav)
|Average temperature in the Czech Republic in this period:||11.2° C|
|Average temperature range:||10.3 to 12.3° C|
According to the weather forecast service Weather.com, Monday will be rainy with a high of 19°C. From Tuesday to Thursday, we can expect partly cloudy skies with maximum temperatures between 19 and 22°C. The weekend should bring back sunny skies and temperatures above 23°C.
Temperature records in this period since 1951; source: Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (Český hydrometeorologický ústav)
|Lowest average temperature 7°C in 1991||Highest average temperature 15.9° C in 2000|
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