Meteorologists have warned that strong storms will hit parts of the Czech Republic on Sunday night. Winds in places could reach up to 70 km per hour. Some areas could see up to 40 mm of rainfall, which could affect local streams and lead, for example, to flooding of cellars and basements and low-lying sites. Parts of the country expected to be affected include the Czech-Moravian highlands, South Moravia and the Olomouc regions.
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