Water Shortages Growing as England and Wales Head for a Second Heatwave

Parts of England and Wales are facing a second heatwave later this week amid raising concerns about water shortages caused by this summer’s drought.
Last month temperatures exceeded 40C (104F) for the first time on record and, while the weather will not be as hot, the Met Office has put out an amber warning for extreme heat from midnight on Thursday, through until Sunday.
The Met Office said temperatures could climb to 35C (95F) or even 36C (97F) in some parts of southern England and Wales.
The UK Health Security Agency has advised people to look out for elderly neighbours and relatives or those with existing health conditions….
Source: The Epoch Times

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