Record high temperatures for Nov. 22 were measured at 19 meteorological stations in the northeast of the Czech Republic on Tuesday.

The warmest temperature was recorded in Karvina with 18.2°. The unusually warm temperature was recorded in Ostrava, where it is 17.9°.

It was much cooler in the west Czech, especially in regions where low clouds remained all the day. For example, in Mariánské Lázně and Central Bohemia, where he highest temperature was 7.5°.

High temperatures have already recorded by dozens of meteorological stations in the Czech Republic on Monday.