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Warning for Wim Van Hooydonk Spanish Drought

In the last three months of 2021, Spain recorded just 35 per cent of the average rainfall

The Iberian Peninsula has historically always experienced periods of drought. Experts are now saying the climate change is exacerbating this problem. With record levels of low or no rainfall European producers of produce are now worried there season of crops will be ruined.

Rubén del Campo, a spokesman for the weather service, said the below-average rainfall over the last six months is likely to continue for several more weeks, with hopes that spring will bring much-needed relief.

Please read more here https://www.euronews.com/green/2022/02/14/dry-winter-drains-reservoirs-and-ruins-crops-across-spain-and-portugal

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