The Czech Republic is a landlocked country with a mild climate. There are four seasons including relatively hot summers (approx. 24 °C), cold and snowy winters (around −4 °C) and moderate springs and autumns with prevailing rains. The temperatures vary according to the region, with Brno and the South Moravian Region being the warmest part of the country.
For weather forecast you can visit www.chmi.cz.
Responsibility: Mgr. Petra Kuchaříková