After a prolonged period of dry weather, the Czech Republic is finally experiencing significant rainfall, leading meteorologists to cancel fire warnings. The warning for the South Bohemia region ended on Monday morning, and the remaining areas will see the warning expire on Tuesday morning.
The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI) stated, “The fire risk will decrease due to the rainfall moving across the northwest region, particularly from the southeast on Tuesday night.”
Lower air pressure will influence the weather, and the following days are expected to see significant rainfall, primarily due to thunderstorms and heavy showers.
The country’s northwest region, where the groundwater levels are low, will finally experience some rain. However, according to meteorologists, western, northwestern, and central Bohemia is still experiencing soil dryness.