This September warmest since records began in Prague

This September was the warmest since measurements were first taken at Prague’s Clementinum weather station in 1775. The average temperature last month reached 19.6 degrees Celsius, meaning a deviation of 4.4 degrees from the long-term average, the Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute reported on Tuesday.

September 12 was the warmest day, with an average temperature over the day of 23.9 degrees Celsius.

Author: Ian Willoughby