Prague Weather in August
What’s the weather like in Prague in August?
If you love the heat and sunshine, there’s no better time to visit Prague than the hottest month of the year. Prague weather in August is very warm with temperatures reaching the mid-20s.
Prague has an oceanic climate influenced by its location in the Czech Republic. The summer is the most pleasant time of year with more sunshine than the winter and spring and higher temperatures. Nights can get quite chilly in August, so make sure to pack light clothing for the daytime and some layers for the evening. The mountain ranges help to shelter the city from rainfall, but there’s still the odd shower scattered throughout the month.
Temperatures are around 12°C at night, which increases to 24°C at midday. The weather gets slightly cooler towards the end of the month when highs reach around 21°C. There are ten hours of sunshine each day, which is plenty of time to get around the city and enjoy your time abroad. Humidity is low to moderate at around 68% with an expected rainfall of 53mm spread over 16 rainy days.