Novinky.cz writes that today’s New Year’s temperatures equaled or exceeded on Saturday 124 of 160 long-range weather stations.
Meteorologists recorded the highest temperature of the new year in the Czech Republic on Saturday. In the village of Kopisty in the north of the country, the temperature reached 15.7 degrees Celsius. This was reported by the news portal Novinky.cz.
In the village of Kopisty, the current New Year’s record of 14.5 °C has been surpassed by Valašské Meziříí from 1936. Novinky.cz writes that today’s New Year’s temperatures equaled or exceeded on Saturday 124 of 160 long-range weather stations.
New Year’s Eve was also the warmest in nearly 90 years, and temperatures broke records in many places on Friday. According to meteorologists, 130 out of 158 stations recorded a record maximum temperature of December 31 on Friday. In the town of Děčín in northern Bohemia and in České Budějovice in the south of the country, the temperature reached 15.3 degrees Celsius on Friday, and there was also more than 15 degrees in Teplice, where they recorded 15.2 degrees.
“In the past, the temperature rose only above 15 degrees Celsius in 1925 and 1935, when the highest New Year’s Eve temperature of 16.3 degrees Celsius was measured in Hradec Kralove,” the meteorologists added.
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