Record-breaking high temperatures were registered at the majority of weather stations in the Czech Republic on Tuesday morning, according to information released by the Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute. The highest temperature – 14.6 degrees Celsius – was recorded in Tuhaň in Central Bohemia. Forecasters expect the unseasonably mild weather to continue in the coming days.
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