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Do not keep umbrellas, thunder comes,


Friday, May 24, 2019, 4:06 pm

"Next week we will also need umbrellas because individual frontal systems will advance through our territory. However, they will no longer cause extreme rainfall. The situation will calm down significantly on Friday, "Dagmar Honsova from Prague's Meteopres told Thursday.

She said that the Czech Republic had actually had a huge rainfall, because it had dropped 100 millimeters in the last 48 hours; 100 liters of water per square meter. Most of them were in the Jizera Mountains, where they fell 143 mm, then in Beskydy and Bedřichov.

Firefighters in the Olomouc Region register several trips to flooded roads or houses. On Wednesday night the floods also sat down. In Teplice nad Bechvo Beechov rose above the level of the first flood stage on Wednesday afternoon and after midnight crossed the four-meter limit, the limit for the third stage. The maximum of 426 centimeters reached Thursday morning and has been declining since then.

By midnight, the Zlin firefighters registered over 200 trips. Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, spokesman for the regional fire service Lucie Javoříková, is one of the places that hit the largest water in Vsetín. The town of Brumov-Bilnicece is one of the most affected places in the Zlín region.

Also in the Moravian-Silesian region, the rivers were to be protected. For example, Olše in Český Těšín rises to the third stage of the floods on Thursday morning.

The flood signal is valid until Friday afternoon with high risk in the Frýdek-Místek, Karviná, Novojičín and Ostrava districts, in the Zlín area, in the Přerov, Hodonín and Břeclav districts as well as in the Chrudim region. The low level of danger is the floods in Liberec and Žďár.

According to Hons, there will be less clouds and rainfall than the weekday. The last weekend in May, however, will not lead to summer temperatures.

A cold front passes through the weekend

A cold front will cross the territory of the Czech Republic on Saturday. It will be cloudy, sometimes lightning and daytime temperatures up to 23 degrees. Sunday will offer similar time and on Monday it must be cloudy, but in some places thunderstorms.

The next week must be cloudy cloudy to cloudy, with rain or rain. Daily temperatures are expected to be between 18 and 22 degrees until Tuesday, then cool to 15-20 degrees.

"March this year brought only one summer day. For example, last May there were eleven of them, and last year on May 4 we even measured tropical thirty. This year it seems that May will be the coldest since 2001, "said Hons.
She added that at summer temperatures, ie 25 degrees, it did not even appear in the first decade of June because of the heavy rainfall and temperatures above 20 degrees.

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