Climate study warns of snowless Czech winters, summer droughts

Czech Position: The Czech Republic will be warmer on average by around 4.0 degrees Celsius by the end of the century with the risk of serious droughts every other year and snow remaining for a long time only on the most mountainous areas. That scenario is the result of climate change modeling put together by around 50 scientists from the Czech Meteorological Office (CHMÚ), Prague's Charles University, and the Czech Academy Of Sciences and publicized for the first time in Tuesday's edition of the Czech daily Hospodárské......

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