Heavy frosts in the Czech Republic will last until about Tuesday night


Updates: 14.02.2021 11:17

Prague – Heavy frosts with temperatures below minus 12 degrees Celsius in the Czech Republic will last until about Tuesday night. In most of the republic there will be a big frost on Monday morning and in the east of the country all Monday. This follows from a warning issued by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI). There were severe frosts in the Czech Republic throughout this week, in some places the mercury repeatedly fell below minus 30 degrees.

The current frost warning applies to most of the Czech Republic until Monday at 11:00. In the Olomouc, Zlín and Moravian-Silesian regions, it will freeze strongly until about midnight. Meteorologists have warned that people are at risk of catching cold or even freezing of unprotected parts of the body. Therefore, people should not forget if they go out, put on several layers of clothes and wear suitable shoes. Young children or the elderly and sick should only stay outside for as short a time as possible.

CHMI has previously issued a warning against severe frosts valid until further notice. He has now clarified that he will probably warm up on Tuesday. “On Monday evening and at night on Tuesday, an occlusion front will cross our territory from the west, and on Tuesday during the day and in the evening, a warm front will pass,” the staff of the institute announced. According to the CHMI forecast, the temperature in the southwest of the country will reach two degrees above zero during the day during Tuesday. On Wednesday, the temperature in the Czech Republic can rise up to plus four degrees Celsius.

Today, meteorologists measured minus 30.6 degrees on the Rokytská slati. Today it was minus 29.8 degrees on Jezerní slati and minus 29.9 degrees on Březník. Eva Plášilová from the České Budějovice branch of the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute told ČTK.

Temperatures in the Ore Mountains dropped below minus 30 degrees Celsius in the morning. It froze the most in Jelenia Góra, where, according to the graph, the automatic station was up to minus 32 degrees. However, there was severe frost throughout the region,


Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.

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