113 Degrees Fahrenheit: China’s Extreme Heat and Drought Season; River Levels at Historic Low

With temperatures at 113 Fahrenheit (43 Celsius), China is facing scorching heat and severe drought problems. The Yangtze River, which stretches almost 4,000 miles across Southwest and Central China, is facing historic low water levels. Extreme weather is affecting farming and factory production. Volkswagen and Apple parts factories are shut down, affecting the global supply chain.

The Yangtze River’s tributaries and reservoirs are emptying, and major cities are forced to conserve electricity.

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