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Why the drought isn't over even though it's rained all week

By Hannah Cloke, Professor of Hydrology, University of Reading
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Only a few days into autumn, and the UK has experienced some truly autumnal weather. Heavy bands of rain and thunderstorms have swept over parts of Britain, particularly in southern England, that up until a few weeks ago were looking dry and parched. The brown and yellow fields and parks have been replaced by a more familiar and reassuring cool, lush green.

Fears of drought, the prospects of usage restrictions from water companies, and warnings that food crops…The Conversation

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