The Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute has issued a warning against strong winds for most parts of the Czech Republic. The warning is valid from Saturday evening until Monday morning.
According to meteorologists, Krkonoše and Jeseníky mountains could see winds of put to 110km/hour.
The authorities have advised people to secure their windows and garden furniture and avoid trees and older buildings as their roofs could be ripped off.
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