MADRID – Spain is reeling from its most severe drought in 70 years with the nation’s reservoirs on average just half full, the Environment Ministry reports.
Rainfall has been less than half of what’s considered normal for the last six months and reservoir levels were already low after two years in which normal rain levels failed to rebound from the driest 12 months on record — October 1, 2004 to September 30, 2005.
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Source : CNN
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