Meteorologists have warned of frost in the eastern and northeastern regions of the Czech Republic, which could damage vegetation. The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI) has warned of low temperatures, particularly in areas below 600 meters above sea level, which could damage heat-loving crops, potatoes, and vegetables. The warning will be effective from Thursday at 10 pm until Friday morning.
The warning also applies to parts of the Hradec Králové and Pardubice regions and the Moravian-Silesian, Olomouc, and Zlín regions. To protect low-growing plants, meteorologists recommend covering them with light non-woven textiles, and for trees, protective preparations against freezing, wetting, and smoking are advised.
This warning comes after several days of warnings about ground frosts, and temperatures have indeed dropped below freezing in many areas in recent mornings. Farmers and gardeners must take extra precautions to protect their crops and vegetation from damage.
As climate change affects weather patterns, paying attention to weather warnings and taking appropriate precautions to protect crops and other vulnerable plants is essential. The CHMI regularly issues warnings and forecasts, and individuals and businesses need to keep themselves informed and prepared for potential weather-related risks.