NASA warns of widespread drought in Mexico

NASA warned Mexico of extreme widespread drought happening throughout the country, the worst in decades, and shared images from space to highlight the severity.

According to NASA, on April 15, 2021, nearly 85 percent of the country faces drought conditions and dams throughout Mexico are at “exceptionally low” levels, depleting resources for drinking, farming, and irrigation.

The images shared by NASA from space show the Villa Victoria dam (west of the State of Mexico), one of the main water supplies to Mexico City where the water level of March 27, 2020, is compared with March . . .

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