China’s drought-stricken south may get rain in next two days

Bloomberg: China's drought-stricken south may get relief from rain over the next few days as a lingering dry spell, blamed on climate change, leaves more than 18 million people facing water shortages. The drought is likely to continue despite efforts to seed clouds and showers that will accompany an east-moving cold front, the China Meteorological Administration said yesterday in an e-mailed statement. Drizzle and sporadic rain may fall in parts of Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi in the next two ......

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