Record-high temperatures have been registered in more than 30 places across the Czech Republic, mainly in southern and western Bohemia. The highest temperature – 16.6 degrees Celsius – was recorded in the community of Vlkovice, outside Klatovy in the south of the country, meteorologists said. However, the warmest Christmas holidays in recent memory occurred in 1983 when temperatures exceeded 17 degrees Celsius.
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