The Czech Republic has seen a lower than average amount of sunshine since the start of the year, the Czech Hydro-meteorological Institute said on Tuesday. In April there was 137 hours of sunshine, which is 88 percent the average amount for that month. The last month that saw above average values in this regard was December. In the winter months, the Czech Republic typically gets between 50 and 60 hours of sunshine; in June and July that figure rises to around 200.
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