November is the month when Prague transitions from fall into its winter weather pattern.
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Daytime high temperatures in Prague during November fall from about 8 C (46 F) early in the month down to about 4-5 C (39-41 F) near the end of the month.
A few of the warmer afternoons, early in the month, can reach up near 15 C (59 F).
The record high temperature in Prague during November is 18 C (64 F).
Late night and early morning lows will be near 2-3 C (36-37F) early in November, falling to 0 to -1 C (32-30F) near the end of the month.
A few of the colder mornings, especially near the end of the month, can dip down near -6 C (21 F).
Overall, about 16 days this month will have lows at or below freezing.
The record low temperature in Prague during November is -12 C (about 10 F).
Rain or Shine
November sees about 10-11 days with sunny, or at least partly sunny skies.
About 17 days record some form of precipitation, however, only 5-6 of these record more than 1 mm (0.04 inches).
Snow also is likely this month, but usually is not heavy.
Total November snow falls average about 2.5 to 3 cm (a little over inch) and rarely exceeds 10 cm (about 4 inches).
You can expect about 9.8 hours of daylight on November 1st, falling to 8.4 hours by the 30th.
The wind tends to be mostly light to gentle (6-19 kph/4-12 mph) but occasionally can be moderate (20-28 kph/13-18mph).
What to Wear in Prague during November?
November is a transition Month from fall to winter and for the most part remains cold so you should pack a few sweaters and at least one medium-weight coat.
Warm shoes or boots and a couple of warm pairs of socks will also come in handy when exploring Prague on foot.
Also don’t forget a good pair of walking shoes as well.
Things to Do in Prague during November
Although it will be quite cold in Prague this November, you might want to consider taking a pay-what-you-wish walking tour.
This is an especially good activity for a snowy day, because there's nothing like seeing this beautiful city covered in a blanket of snow.
With the holidays right around the corner, there will undoubtedly be at least a few Christmas markets opening up by the end of the month, and you'll also see decorations and lighting displays popping up all over the place.
If you're a fan of sports, Prague's Ice Hockey team HC Sparta is usually performing this month.
Their football clubs AC Sparta and SK Slavia should also be playing this November.
For even more great ideas, make sure to check our full post covering things to do in Prague during November.