Up to 20 centimetres of heavy wet snow is expected to fall in the south, east and north-east of the Czech Republic, meteorologists warned. Around 50 cm of snow could fall in the north-eastern Jeseníky and Beskydy mountains. Roads in parts of the country could also be covered with snow and ice. Meteorologists also said this March was set to be the coldest on record since 1987.
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