Prague Winter weather
Dusk around 4:30 p.m. in December and January (4:15 p.m. at Christmas time), 5:30 p.m. in February
Czech winter season typically continues from mid-November through mid-March. Winters tend to be cold, cloudy, icy and damp with freezing temperatures. The initial snowfall often will come in November and lowest conditions (-5°C/20°F to -10°C/10°F, less in greater elevations) to expect in January and February. The Very First half of March is usually chilly and damp with temperatures below 10°C/50°F. There can certainly still be countless snow in March.
Be ready to layer and bundle up when browsing Czech Republic in wintertime; use shoes that can handle snowfall and water; check out the weather forecast online before going. If you're arriving at Prague for Christmas vacations, be sure to learn about December Weather in Prague.
But Czech weather condition can be volatile in most season. Many years ago, winter months lasted from November into April and had been one of the longest and coldest in an exceedingly very long time, with unusually large amounts of snow. Next winter months ended up being another severe through its mild, unseasonably warm conditions, practically total not enough snow, and flowers and trees blooming in Prague in January. For an illustration of exactly how dramatically different Czech winter months may be between 2 yrs, always check our article: Prague Is Blooming.
- Most monuments remain available in winter season but have actually paid down orifice hours.
- Many castles outside of Prague tend to be shut from November through March.
Old Town Square with Snow,