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‘Hell is coming’: Polish professor warns of impending drought in Europe

Abnormal drought is expected in a number of European countries this summer, caused by a very warm winter with little snow.

Lack of snow will lead to the inevitable loss of crops. Such a disappointing forecast was made by the professor of the Polish Academy of Sciences Shimon Malinovsky. He drew particular attention to reports from France and Spain, where local authorities have begun to impose restrictions on water consumption.

Already, Italy’s largest river, the Po, has 60% less water than before. And in France, river traffic is difficult due to the low water level.

“We are happy that this year there has been no real winter and that fuel costs have not increased. We got away with it. But we will not get away with the fact that hell is slowly approaching us, ”emphasized the specialist.

According to European meteorologists, January turned out to be abnormally hot and the temperature was four degrees above the climatic norm. In summary, the professor predicted a sharp increase in the prices of vegetables grown in EU countries, writes Eadaily.

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