Heat wave continues
Meteorologists have again registered record temperatures across the Czech Republic: on Saturday parts of the country saw almost 39 degrees Celsius – five degrees higher than was predicted just a few days ago. The country has seen a heat wave for the second weekend in a row. Brod nad Dyjí in the Břeclav area saw 38.7 degrees; Prague and Brno also saw temperatures above 38. Meanwhile, it was revealed that July was the sixth-hottest in the country in 80 years and meteorologists say that warmer than average weather will continue throughout the month of August.