This autumn in Prague’s Klementin was the warmest since the beginning of temperature measurements at this station, i.e. since 1775. The average temperature from September to the end of November was 13.6 degrees Celsius, the deviation from the normal from 1991 to 2020 was 2.6 degrees. This was stated in a press release by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (ČHMÚ).
September and October were record warm, November was normal in temperature and ranked 15th to 16th among the 249 Novembers so far. In this year’s eleventh month, the average temperature in Klementin reached 7.1 degrees, which was one degree more than the stated normal.
So far, the second warmest autumn was in Klementin in 2006, when the temperature at this time of the year reached an average of 13.2 degrees. Autumn 2014 finished in third place with an average temperature of 12.8 degrees.
“Of the Novembers that older readers might remember, we can mention November 1993 with an average temperature of 2.3 degrees Celsius, which ranked 29th to 31st coldest overall out of 249 Novembers to date,” the meteorologists added.