On Tuesday, temperatures can reach 31 degrees Celsius throughout the Czech Republic, in South Moravia up to 34 degrees. On Wednesday, the thermometer should be above the tropical 30 degrees in the east of the country. From Tuesday evening, meteorologists seldom expect very strong thunderstorms with torrential rain, wind gusts and hail.
For the rest of the week, temperatures will be around 25 degrees Celsius, similarly until August 8. “We expect the first week of the forecast (July 12 – July 18) to be slightly above average in terms of temperature, and the next three weeks of the forecast should be within the long-term average,” said CHMI. Weekly averages of the lowest night temperatures are expected to be around 13 degrees Celsius in the next four weeks.
“In terms of precipitation, we expect the first week of the forecast to be above average, and the next three weeks of the forecast to be average,” added meteorologists. For the period from 12 July to 8 August, the average total precipitation is 77 millimeters. So far, it rained the most in 1981, when meteorologists measured 151 liters per square meter. The least precipitation fell in 1990 with a total of 12 millimeters.
The long-term average temperature in the Czech Republic for the next four weeks is 19.2 degrees Celsius. According to records kept since 1941, it was warmest in 1994 with an average of 22.4 degrees Celsius, while the lowest average of 15.5 degrees was recorded by meteorologists in 1961.
The monthly outlook expresses the overall nature of the weather, therefore it does not cover all possible fluctuations, warns the CHMI. According to meteorologists, the success of the outlook is around 75 percent at temperatures and around 65 percent at precipitation. The forecast for the third and fourth weeks is often close to the long-term climatic values for the respective periods.
Source: EuroZprávy.cz by eurozpravy.cz.
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