What is the weather in Prague?
Dusk around 8 p.m.
If the weather works on your side, you can enjoy a lovely babí léto, that is just like Indian Summer but comes earlier in the day - in last half of September and sometimes extending into October. Babí léto is our last possibility around to enjoy warm, bright, "summery" times with obvious blue skies.
Dusk around 7 p.m.
The actual autumn generally will come in October and persists through November. October is usually chilly (10-14°C/48-57°F) with an assortment of rainy and sunny days. It could be an attractive thirty days thanks to the altering colors of the leaves and, in a few many years, enough gorgeous days to enjoy (see our blog post: An Unseasonably Warm October). Be sure you look at the weather condition forecast and bring an umbrella.
Dusk around 5 p.m.
Mid-November is when the initial snow typically falls while the conditions fall below freezing. In accordance with Czech weather condition lore, November 11, a single day of St. Martin, occurs when we can anticipate the first snowfall. If it does snowfall, we state that Martin appeared on a white horse. See our blog post: First Snow in Prague.
A Sunshiney Day on the River,