Heavy rain throughout Wednesday night has swollen rivers in central and westerns parts of the Czech Republic. The town of Radotín near Prague registered 110 mm of precipitation overnight. The Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute has issued second-degree flood warning for the regions of Prague, Beroun and Pilsen, which will remain in place until Friday morning. Heavy rain is set to continue in the eastern part of the country until Thursday afternoon.
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