France on drought alert after driest period on record


The French government is considering introducing restrictions on water consumption as of March after the country recorded 32 continuous days, beginning on January 21st, without rainfall exceeding an average 1 millimetre, the driest period on mainland France since records began in 1959.

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France is facing drought restrictions after its driest winter for more than 60 years, reports BBC News.