The Czech Republic has regular cycle of 4 definite seasons. Weather is rarely EXTREMELY hot or cold.
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Winter in Prague
Days have little daylight and are often with snow or rain. An average temperature in Prague during the winter varies around the 0 °C (32 °F) point, so you should prepare for wet weather as well as freezing temperatures. Skiing in the country is possible during the winter months as well.
Spring in Prague
Spring is very lovely, the return of the sun brings blossoming trees and warm days. Much of the spring will vary between 10-25 °C (50 – 75°F). There are considerably less tourists in the early spring and thus it could be an ideal time to visit the city.
Summer weather in Prague
Summer in Prague is sunny and warm. However, it can get occasionally very warm with temperatures rising above 30 °C (86 °F) occasionally and plenty of humidity as well. It is recommended to have light, airy clothing for these worst days if you are planning to tour around the city. Although there are plenty of shaded restaurant patios and beer gardens around the city where you could cool off at with a refreshment if you ever get too tired.
Fall in Prague
It is a clear time of transition in Prague as most of the trees lose their leaves. Golden sunlight around the city makes it a unique time to capture the postcard-ready Prague skyline. A clear change will occur mid-fall ushering in blustery weather and cold temperatures.