The lowest temperature in the Czech Republic so far this winter was recorded in the Šumava mountains in the early hours of Saturday, with the Rokytská slať weather station registering -34.5 degrees Celsius. Other parts of Šumava also saw temperatures of -30 degrees Celsius or lower. There was also a deep freeze in north Bohemia on Saturday morning, with the mercury falling to between -15 and -20 Celius.
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