United Kingdom: Drought could be on the way as experts predict ‘very little rain’

Telegraph: Southern Britain could be heading towards a drought in the next fortnight, just months after experiencing the wettest winter on record. Certain areas may have no rainfall at all in the next week to 10 days, the Met Office said, and there is a "strong signal' the dry spell will continue after that. The Environment Agency said people should "use water wisely' to ease demand on supplies of the "precious resource". In the UK, an absolute drought is defined as a period of at least 15 consecutive......

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