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In South Moravia this weekend, temperatures are forecast to reach almost 30°C. The unusually warm weather is caused by high atmospheric pressure over Eastern Europe. Photo Credit: KK / BD.

Brno, Sep 6 (BD) – The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMU) forecasts a gradual increase in temperatures this week, peaking at 28 degrees over the weekend.

The increase in temperatures will affect the whole country and is caused by the high level of pressure in Eastern Europe.

The rise in temperatures will start from today, when the temperatures will hit highs of 21-24°C.

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