The water level in the rivers of the Czech Republic has increased dramatically due to the melting of snow caused by rapid warming, there was the threat of flooding, according to Czech media on Monday.
On the river Labe (Elbe) announced the so-called level of anxiety. In particular, in Decin on the border with Germany over the Elbe flows now twice as much water as usual.
Czech Weather Service warned that in the coming days will be even warmer, the temperature rises to 11 degrees plus.
High water level recorded in the Czech rivers, which have caused the most damage during the floods in August 2010. The second level of threat of flooding is declared in Ohzhe. Dramatically increased the water level in the river Berounka (tributary Vltava). The level of water in the Vltava river and within the precincts of Prague.