Drought-hit Europe could face 3 more months of drought
BRUSSELS (AP) — Parts of the European Union could face another three months of hotter, drier conditions as Europe experiences a major drought that has fueled wildfires, dried up rivers and devastated crops. , warns the Earth observation program of the bloc of 27 countries. a report.
“Warmer and drier than usual conditions are likely to occur in the Western Euro-Mediterranean region in the coming months until November 2022”, notably in Spain and Portugal, the Copernicus program said. EU in a report for the month of August.