The climate in Czech Republic
The Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate. The temperateness is especially due to the summers which are warm, but not extreme. The capital city of Prague has at the height of summer an average of 23 °C. Winters are cold. In January, the coldest month, the mercury seldom climbs above zero. Since the ocean is fairly close, the cold damp air ensures that conditions are good enough to enjoy lots of winter sports. The Bohemian Forest and the Giant Mountains have more than adequate winter sports options. Most precipitation falls in the months of May to August. September is the best month to travel.