Portugal sets new July heat record, worsening severe drought | Bloomberg

"The Portuguese weather service, known by its acronym IPMA, said July was the hottest since national records began in 1931," according to Bloomberg.

“The heat worsened Portugal’s drought, with 45% of the mainland in ‘extreme drought’ — the highest classification — and the rest in ‘severe’ drought, which is the second-highest, by the end of July,” according to Bloomberg…READ MORE

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