Apr 02, 2024

Record-breaking March in Czechia: Warmest Since 1961

This year’s March was the warmest in Czechia since 1961, the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute revealed on social media site X on Tuesday.

The average temperature soared to 7°C, a remarkable 3.8°C higher than the typical range observed between 1991 and 2020.

This is the second month in a row to break a temperature record; February was also unusually warm with an average temperature of 5.7 degrees Celsius.

Throughout the month, several intervals brought significantly warm weather, with average daily temperatures exceeding the usual range by more than 4°C.

While many Czech stations witnessed temperature records tumble in the final days of March, the summer threshold of 25°C remained unbroken.

However, April 1st marked the year’s first day exceeding this mark, with Karviná recording a high of 26°C.

February also witnessed remarkably high temperatures, averaging 5.7°C – a significant 6.1°C above the 1991-2020 norm.

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