August should be hot in the Czech Republic, though temperatures are not expected to exceed 29 degrees Celsius, according to a four-week forecast released on Saturday by the Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute. Precipitation levels should be average, but local differences in rainfall will be marked due to the likelihood of storms. The first week of the month should be the warmest and the last week the coolest, the forecasters said.
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