Warmer August this year was registered by meteorologists in 1992 and 2015. Three years ago the average temperature was 21.3 degrees, in 1992 reached 20.8 degrees Celsius.
"Despite the fact that the air temperature in our country has gradually decreased at the end of the summer, it still remains above the long-term average," meteorologists said in the forecast for the next four weeks. The hottest will be the next week, when the temperatures around the day will be about 23 degrees. But warm weather can interrupt the rain.
Crashing is largely avoided for the Czech Republic. Combined with high temperatures, the drought caused 92 percent of the country, with almost two thirds of the drought in the country extreme or exceptional. The groundwater reserves are also decreasing and the levels of many rivers and dams are minimal.
Warm weather helped, for example, the harvest of apricots and cherries, cherries and strawberries. The harvest of apples, pears and prunes must also be higher. Conversely, other crops such as hops, grains, sugar cane or plants used as animal feed have affected the drought this year. Agricultural chamber of damage estimated at 9 to 11 billion crowns.
Abnormal heat has been months
In the previous months they were also warmer. July was the seventh place since 1961, with an average of 19.7 degrees Celsius. So far, the warmest July in the Czechs experienced in 2006, when the average temperature was 21.3 degrees. June was the fifth warmest month, April and May even the hottest.
This month of March, however, was unusually cold, with a temperature of 3.9 degrees, the second worst in the last fifteen years. It was also the coldest month of the whole winter. But march seemed frosty in March, mainly because temperatures in March were usually above average.