Temperature records were broken overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday across the Karlovy Vary region in the western part of the Czech Republic. In cities, temperature went down to around 7 degrees Celsius below zero, while in some rural areas it was as low as minus 17.9 degrees. Meteorologists say that this is the lowest temperature for this week in the past decade. In most of the region, there is already snow on the ground since Monday night. The weather is expect to warm up slightly by the end of week.
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