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England And France Experiences Driest July

England just experienced its driest July since 1935, according to provisional statistics released Monday from the Met Office, the national meteorological service for the United Kingdom.

England had 23.1 millimeters of rain in July, which is less than one inch. That’s 35% of England’s average rainfall for the month, according to the Met Office.

Most climate experts agree that the earth is warming as a result of carbon emissions from people burning fossil fuels, potentially increasing the severity of droughts, heatwaves, and other weather events.

In France, there was just 7.8 mm of rain in July, Christophe Béchu, the country’s Minister of Ecological Transition, told FranceInfo radio on Monday.

“We have a deficit of 88% compared to what would have been necessary,” Béchu added.

The July heatwave brought raging wildfires across the western and southern parts of the country, and a new heatwave is expected to hit France this week.

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