In the morning it froze the most in Rolava, the north of the Czech Republic can experience an Arctic day

Updates: 10.02.2021 08:28

Prague – This morning was very cold in the Czech Republic again. It froze the most in the northwestern half of Bohemia. The lowest temperature was recorded in the Krušné hory Rolava with minus 27.2 degrees Celsius. This was stated by the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute on Facebook. He also pointed out that not only the morning temperatures will be low today, but also the daily highs. In some places in the north and northwest of Bohemia, today may become an Arctic day when the temperature does not rise above minus ten degrees.

They will probably experience Arctic Day in Liberec today. Already on Tuesday, the highest daily temperature reached minus 9.3 degrees. At the same time, the Arctic Day occurred in Liberec only six times after 2000, most recently in February 2012. The lowest maximum is remembered in Liberec on 19 December 2009, when it reached minus 14 degrees. The temperature did not reach above minus ten degrees in Liberec on January 8, 2003, January 23, 2006, December 20, 2009 and February 6 and 7, 2012.

This morning it was coldest in the northwestern half of Bohemia, where the temperature dropped most often to minus 11 to minus 15 degrees. In addition to Rolava, it was also very cold in Varnsdorf with minus 18.6 degrees Celsius and in Klínovec with minus 16.2 degrees. During the day, temperatures in the Czech Republic can range widely from minus 11 degrees in the northwest to plus one degree in the southeast.

Meteorologists issued a frost warning on Monday. According to them, severe frosts will last in the Czech Republic at least until mid-February.

Source: České noviny – hlavní události by

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