Czech republic rain map
Czechia rain map. Czech republic rain map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to print. Czech republic rain map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to download. The driest area, around Zatec, has an average annual rainfall of 410 mm, whereas near Lysa Hora in the mountain region the average annual rainfall amounts to 1600 mm as its shown in Czech republic rain map. In Prague, 525 mm (20.5 in) of rain or snow fall per year. Since the amount of precipitation falling during winter is not high, snowfalls are frequent but generally not abundant. During the summer, instead, the rains take place in the form of afternoon thunderstorms on sunny days, or are brought by Atlantic weather fronts, which can arrive even in this season.
Precipitation is fairly frequent, but it is not abundant in most of the country, amounting to around 400/500 millimeters (15/20 inches) per year as its mentioned in Czech republic rain map. However, being scarcer in the winter months (when plants are at rest) and more abundant in late spring and summer, it is generally sufficient for agriculture. The only moderately rainy areas are found in the Sudetes Range, where precipitation exceeds 1,000 mm (40 in) per year, at the foot of the same mountain range (in Ostrava, precipitation reaches 850 mm or 33.5 inches per year), and in the south-west, along the border with Germany and Austria.