What’s the weather like in Prague in March?
Prague weather in March begins to get warmer more pleasant as the month progresses. It’s still very cold and not great weather for sunbathing, but if you prefer soaking up the culture and discovering the city’s rich history, March is a great time for it.
Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and is situated on the Vltava river. The river runs from the north to south of the city, dividing the old town from the modern city we know it as today. The weather is somewhere between a humid continental climate and a typical oceanic climate with mild summers and very cold winters.
The average temperature is around 5°C during the daytime with lows of 2°C at night. Daylight increases in March, rising to an average of 12 hours per day with six hours of sunshine. Cloud coverage is more likely at the start of the month but things start to clear up towards April. You can expect an average rainfall of 27mm over 16 rainy days, so make sure to pack your raincoat before you leave. Humidity is slightly lower than previous months with an average level of 76% that rarely falls below 50%.