What’s the weather like in Prague in February?
The weather is cold in February but it’s slightly warmer than last month and you can look forward to an extra hour of sunlight per day. You’ll still need to pack warm winter clothes for your holiday as temperatures often fall below 0°C.
Prague weather in February is relatively cold with just a few bursts of warm sunshine over the month. The city is located on the Vltava river in the Czech Republic, which means it has a typical oceanic climate that can be quite humid at times. Rainfall is quite low thanks to shelter from the Sudetes and other nearby mountains. This means the city is sheltered from heavy rainfall and strong winds that are more common on the elevated mountains.
February weather in Prague is very cold with a daily average of just 2°C with the slight possibility of things warming up to around 11°C towards the end of the month. At night, the weather cools to a chilly -4°C. At the start of the month, you’ll have nine hours of sunlight per day that increases to almost 11 hours by the end of the month. There’s just 20mm of rainfall over 12 rainy days. There’s an average of 11 days that’ll have some snowfall in February with an average humidity of 81%.