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Rain forecast this week will not be enough to end Europe’s drought, which could be the worst the continent has had in 500 years.
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Satellite image of drought in western Europe

A satellite image from 9 August reveals the effect of high temperatures and low rainfall in northern France and southern England

European Union, Copernicus Sentinel-3 imagery

A satellite image from 9 August reveals the effect of high temperatures and low rainfall in northern France and southern England
European Union, Copernicus Sentinel-3 imagery
Europe is experiencing what may be its worst drought in 500 years, with river flows down by around a third on average. The drought, which is likely to have been intensified by global warming, is having a serious effect on food production and river transport at a time when there is already a food crisis and soaring energy costs due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In much of Europe, …
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