The weather in Prague in November is quite cold with less sunshine than previous months. If you don’t mind wearing a few extra layers, it’s a great time to visit to make the most out of the quiet atmosphere in the city.
Prague weather in November is influenced by the city’s oceanic climate, that gives the region cool temperatures in autumn and mild, sunny summers. The city sits on the Vltava river in the Czech Republic and known for its rich culture and historical buildings. November is a great time to visit Prague if you have a lot of sightseeing planned because temperatures are comfortable without being too hot.
What to wear
Prague in November is not for those who can't tolerate the chill of autumn. Although the capital of the Czech Republic is a beautiful city full of history and culture, its weather in the late autumn months is brisk and chilly, making it hard to spend extended periods of time outdoors.
To make the most of your November visit, pack cold-weather gear like a heavy coat, gloves, a hat and scarf, and warm boots and socks. You'll also want to bring comfortable walking shoes (ideally waterproof) as most of the city is best explored on foot. If rain or snow is in the forecast, pack an umbrella and a windbreaker or heavy jacket.
The average temperature ranges from lows of 2°C with highs of 9°C. It’s the start of winter, so you should pack plenty of layers for your holiday including a jacket for when rain hits the city. There’s an average rainfall of around 30mm over 17 wet days of the month. The sun shines for at least four hours per day with around nine to ten hours of sunlight. Humidity levels are high at 88% for most of the year, which rarely falls any lower than 54%.