El Nino-spawned dry spell to hit Philippine food production

Agence France-Presse: The Philippines is facing an El Nino-spawned dry spell that will cut rainfall by as much as 80 percent and hit food production, a government weather forecaster warned Monday. "There will be many places that we expect to have below normal rainfall as early as August," warned Anthony Lucero, head of the climate monitoring and weather prediction division of the government weather station. Most places in the Philippines are expected to have 'below normal' to 'way below normal' rainfall due to El......

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