Summer is not over yet, soon we will measure up to 27 degrees!

Summer is not over yet, soon we will measure up to 27 degrees!
Summer is not over yet, soon we will measure up to 27 degrees!

Ústí Region – Ústí nad Labem was one of the warmest places in the Czech Republic on Monday (September 5), with a temperature of 26 °C. Ústí’s historical tables were not in danger. 49 years ago, on September 5, 1973, the Ústí thermometer showed up to 32.4 °C. It was even hotter in Kadan, 32.5 °C, in Doksany, 32.7 °C, and especially in Žatec, 34.5 °C. At least 34 °C at that time was also in Beroun (34.4 °C) or in Neumětely (34.6 °C). As you can see, global warming was really trying half a century ago.

However, some experts have warned that the winter of 2022/23 could be unusually cold or freezing in Europe. Not because of that, but because of the massive eruption of Tonga’s Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai undersea volcano that occurred in January, that is “almost” a year ago. It’s better not to even imagine what would happen if a supervolcano (either Yellowstone or the Phlegrean Fields much closer to us) “released”.

Speaking of global cooling. 12 years ago, on September 5, 2010, Ústí meteorologists measured up to 5.4 °C. It was even colder in Teplice (4.6 °C), in Doksy (3.7 °C), in Varnsdorf (2.7 °C). Even in Žatec at that time it cooled down to 2.7 °C. If you want, everything is possible.

What will the weather expect in the next few days?

September 6: Maximums around 21 to 25 °C, minimums around 17 to 13 °C. Precipitation: mostly showers in the Ore Mountains. There will be no saving at all with cloud cover.

September 7: Maximums around 23 to 27 °C, minimums around 16 to 12 °C. Precipitation: scattered showers in the afternoon. And one could say that the cloud channels will run at full capacity.

September 8: Maximums around 21 to 25 °C, minimums around 18 to 14 °C. Precipitation: 100% showers, from the southwest, from about 8:00. Clouds, of course.


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