In recent days, a more typical winter has returned to the Czech Republic, which will continue this week. Temperatures can drop below minus 10 degrees Celsius and there will be a so-called ice day, which was rather rare last year. Of the whole week, the most precipitation is expected to occur on Tuesday, with snow showers predominating in the following days. This follows from the InterSucho project website.
The incipient or mild drought occurs only in a few places in the country, on the border of the Pilsen and Karlovy Vary regions and on the border of the Liberec and Hradec Králové regions. The snow cover is usually 300 meters higher on Tuesday. The weak layer is mainly in the lowlands of Moravia and the Elbe, the highest, up to 60 centimeters, is in the Giant Mountains and Jeseníky Mountains. More snow, eight to 15 centimeters, is also in southern Bohemia and the Highlands. In the middle and higher positions, about 30 to 50 centimeters of new snow may fall in the following days, in the lowlands up to 10 centimeters.
Temperatures will be low and usually below freezing even during the day, so there will be a so-called ice day, which was quite rare last year. Daily temperatures around freezing will be Wednesday, then fall to minus three degrees. Night temperatures can be expected between minus five to minus ten degrees, and from Friday they will fall below minus ten even in the lowlands.
The medium-term GFS ensemble model, which predicts weather developments until January 27, assumes that air temperatures will be well below the long-term average, especially this week. At the beginning of next week, the situation may change slightly, but here the models also differ significantly. So far, the assumption is that the whole period will be colder, but poorer in precipitation.
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