This year’s April was the second warmest in Prague since 1775, when a weather station at the city centre Clementinum first began keeping records. The average temperature in the fourth month of the year was 15.6 degrees Celsius. This was over 6 degrees Celsius warmer than the long-term average for April.
The jump in average temperature from March to April was 11.7 degrees Celsius. That was the third highest change between months since 1775.
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