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Water Shortages Set To Hit UK Next Summer


Rainfall in some parts of the country has been so low that a drought is almost inevitable next summer, the Government has warned.

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The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of the year. South, central and eastern England have had the driest twelve months on record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.

"We are starting to think now about the possibility of restrictions on use next summer if we don’t get, you know, a good amount of rainfall in what remains of the winter."

And that means a hosepipe ban, is that inevitable?

"I don’t think it’s inevitable yet. But you know, every day we have the reservoirs like this with no rain, it’s getting closer and closer. Yes."

Ardingly reservoir in Russex is just 12% full, and levels are still falling.

I should be standing under eight meters of water. You couldn’t see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level would normally be for the time of the year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mudflat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.

According to a new report by the Environment Agency, a drier than average winter will leave a huge area of England at high risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Russex and Kent are unexceptionally low levels. Anglian Water has been granted a permit to top up Pistford reservoir with river water. And Times water has warned rainfall over the winter need to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.

"It had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is an advanced warning that everyone must be careful with water."

The Environment Department says climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extended periods of drought.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.

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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The fist of winter but already there’re warnings of possible // the next summer, many reservoirs will below normal levels for the time of year. South Central and Western England have had the driest twelve months on record and there’s no sign of significant rain for the region.
We saw the // now by the possibility of restrictions on news, and next summer if we don’t get a good amount of rain full filling what’s left in winter.
And that means a //, is that inevitable?
I don’t think it’s inevitable yet, but if we //, we have with weather like this no rain. It’s getting closer and closer. So yes.
// reservoir in // is just 12% full and levels are still falling. I should be standing under eight meters of water, you could see on the concrete there, the mark where the water level would normally be for the time of the year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and and the company says if there’s no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.
According to an new report by the environmental agency, a dryer than average winter would leave a huge area of England at high risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across // and // are already in exceptionally low levels, // water has been ground permitted to // Pitsford reservoir with river water, and Thames water has warmed rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average or restrictions could be imposed as sooner as the late spring.
We had a very dry spring, and had a very dry cold winter before it, so this is an advance warning that we need to be careful with the water.
The environment department says the climate change is making the rainfall increasingly unpredictable, it’ll shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilience to extended periods of drought.
Tomas Moor, Sky News.


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The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible * next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of the year. South, central and east of England have had the driest twelve months on the record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.

We saw this sort of thing now, but the possibility *restrictions * next summer, if we don’t get a good amount of rain for the next spring.

And that means * is that inevitable?

I don’t think it’s inevitable. Yeah? But you know, every day we have the * no rain, it’s getting closer and closer. Yes.


* reservoir in * is just 23 % full, and levels are still falling.

I should be standing under 18 meters of water. You can see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level would normally be for the time of the year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mudflat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.

According to a new report by an environment agency, a drier than average winter will leave a huge area of England at the higher risk of dry next year. Reservoirs across the * are exceptionally low levels. * water has been * permit to top * reservoir with river water. And times of water has * rainfall over the winter need to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the latest spring.

It had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is an advanced warning that everyone must be careful with water.

The environment department says the climate change is making rainfall increasing unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to stand the periods of dry.

Thomas *, Sky news.
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        The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible host pipe ban next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of the year. South, central and east of England have had the driest twelve months on record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.
        “We saw this signal now, but the possibility of restrictions on use next summer, if we don’t get, you know, a good amount of rain for the most left in winter.”
        “And that means a host pipe ba, is that inevitable?”
        “I don’t think it’s inevitable. Yeah. But you know, every day that we have had a lot with like these there’s no rain and it’s getting closer and closer. Yes.”
        Ardingly reservoirs in Sussex is just 23 % full, and levels are still falling.
        I should be standing under 18 meters of water. You can see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level would normally be for the time of the year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mudflat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.
        According to a new report by the environment agency, a drier than average winter will leave a huge area of England at a higher risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex in Kent are already exceptionally low levels. Ardingly water has been grounded to permit to top up Pitsford reservoir with river water. And tense water has warned rainfall over the winter need to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the latest spring.
        “It had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is an advanced warning that everyone must be careful with water.”
        The environment department says the climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extend its periods of drought.
        Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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        The first day of winter, but already there arewarnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well belownormal levels for the time of year. South, central and eastern England have hadthe driest twelve months on record, and there is no sign of significant rainfor the region.
        “We saw this signal now, by the possibility ofrestrictions on use next summer, if we don’t get, you know, a good amount ofrain falling, what’s left for winter.”
        “And that means a hosepipe ban, is thatinevitable?”
        “I don’t think it’s inevitable, yet. But, every daythat we have with weather like this and no rain. It’s getting closer andcloser, yes.”
        Ardingly reservoir in Sussex is just 12% full, andlevels are still falling.
        I should be standing under eight meters of water.You couldn’t see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level wouldnormally be for the time of year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormousmudflat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could runout altogether in just two months.
        According to a new report by the environmentagency, a drier than average winter would leave a huge area of England at ahigher risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are alreadyexceptionally low levels. Ardingly water has been grounded to permit to top upPitsford reservoir with river water. And tense water has warned rainfall overthe winter needs to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could beimposed as soon as the late spring.
        “We had a very dry spring and a very dry coldwinter before it. So this is an advanced warning that we have to be carefulwith water.”
        The environment department says the climate changeis making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans toensure the country is more resilient to extend its periods of drought.
        Thomas Moore, Sky News.

N.B. A hosepipe ban is a British term for a water restriction placed on the customers of a watercompany to prevent them from using hosepipes, particularly for watering theirgardens.
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本帖最后由 gloria518 于 2011-12-4 16:41 编辑

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The first day of winter, but already there’re warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of year. South central and eastern England have had the driest 12-month on record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.
"We saw this signal now, by the possibility of restrictions on use next summer, if we don’t get, you know, a good amount of rainfall the most of winter.”

And that means a hosepipe ban, is that inevitable?”
"I don’t think it’s inevitable, yet. But, every day that we have with weather likes this, no rain. It’s getting closer and closer, yes.”
A reservoir in Sussex is just 12% full, and levels are still falling.
"I should be standing under 8 meters of water. You could see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level would normally be for the time of year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.”
According to a new report by the Environment Agency, a drier than average winter would leave a huge area of England at a higher risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are already exceptionally low levels. A water has been grounded to permit to top Pitsford reservoir with river water. And tense water has warned rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.
"We had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is an advanced warning that we have to be careful with water.”
The environment department says the climate changes making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extend its periods of drought.
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The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible hose pipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of year. South, central and eastern England have had the driest twelve months on record and there’s no sign of significant rain for the region.
“We...now about the possibility of restrictions on this next summer. If we don’t get a good amount of rain for the most that’s left of the winter…”
“And that means a hose pipe ban. Is that inevitable?”
“I don’t think it’s inevitable yet, but every day that we have with weather like this and the rain, it’s getting closer and closer, yes.”
Ardinly Reservoir in Sussex is just 12% full and levels are still falling.
“I should be standing under 8 metres of water. You can see on the concrete there, the mark where the water level would normally be for the time of year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says if there’s no more rain now the water could run out altogether in just two months.”
According to a new report by the environment agency, a drier-than-average winter would leave a huge area of England at high risk of a drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are at exceptionally low levels. Anglient water has been granted a permit to top up pits of reservoir with river water, and tens water has warned rainfall over the winter needs to at least 80% of the average or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.
“We’ve had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is advance warning that we need to be very careful with the water.”
The environment department says climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extended period of drought.
Thomas More, Sky News
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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of year. South, central and eastern England have had the driest twelve months on record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.
“We saw this signal now, by the possibility of restrictions on use next summer, if we don’t get, you know, a good amount of rain falling, what’s left for winter.”
“And that means a hosepipe ban, is that inevitable?”
“I don’t think it’s inevitable, yet. But, every day that we have with weather like this and no rain. It’s getting closer andcloser, yes.”
Ardingly reservoir in Sussex is just 12% full, and levels are still falling.I should be standing on the 8 meters of water you can see on the concrete there , the mark of the water level was normally be for the time of year , instead this reservoir has  become enormous mud  flat and company says if there is no more rain now, the water could ran out all together in just 2months

According to a new report by the environment agency ,a dry than average winter  would leave a huge area of England at high risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are at exceptionally low levels . Ending water has been granted a permit to top up pip for the reservoirs with river water. And tons of water has over the winter needs to be at least  18 percent of the average or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the  last spring.We had a very dry spring,and a very dry cold winter before it.So this is advance morning that we need to be very careful about the water.The environment department says climate change is making rain falling increasingly unpredictable  .It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extend the period of drought.

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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

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The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of the year. South, central and eastern / England have had the driest twelve months on / record, and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.

We are starting to think now / about the possibility of restrictions on use next summer / if we don’t get, you know, a good amount of rainfall in what remains of the winter.

And that means a hosepipe ban, is that inevitable?

I don’t think it’s inevitable / yet. But you know, every day we have the reservoirs like this with no rain, it’s getting closer and closer. Yes.

Ardingly reservoir in Russex is just 12 % full, and levels are still falling.

I should be standing under eight meters of water. You couldn’t see on the concrete there, the mark of the water level would normally be for the time of the year. Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mudflat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just two months.

According to a new report by the Environment Agency, a drier than average winter will leave a huge area of England at high risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across / Russex and ? are unexceptionally low levels. Anglian Water has been granted a permit to top up Pistford reservoir with river water. And Trent water has a swathe of rainfall over the winter need to be at least 80% of the average, or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the latest spring.

It had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is an advanced warning that everyone must be careful with water.

The Environment Department says / climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extended periods of drought.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The first day of winter but already there are warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer.Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of year.South central and eastern England have had the dryest twelve months on record and there's no sign of significant rain for the region.We sort of think now about the possibility of restrictions of use next summer if we don't get, you know, a good amount of rainfall in what's left in winter.     And that means a hosepipe bank. Is that inevitable?i don't think it is inevitable yeah but every day that we have with weather like this no rain  it's getting closer and closer, yes. Auldinlye resovoir in Sussex is just 12% full and levels are still falling.  I should be standing under 8 metres of water. You couldn't see on the concrete there the mark for the water level would normally be for the time of year.Instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says if there's no more rain now, the water could run out altogether in just 2 months.According to a new report by the environment agency,a drought of an average winter would leave a huge area of England at high risk of drougnt next year.Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are already exceptionally low levesl. Anglian water has been grounded to the permit to top up pits forthe reservoir with rain water. And Thames water has warned  rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average  or strictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.
We've had a very dry sping and a very dry, cold winter before it. So this is advanced warning that we need to be very careful with water.
The environment departments say the climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredicatable. It will shortly publish plans to enssure the country is more resilient towards extended periods of drought. Thomas More Sky News.

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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The first day of winter but already the warnings of possible host past bans  next summer,many reseverials have blowed normal levers for the time of year south central and the east England had the driest 12 months on record and there is no sign of significant rain for the region. We sort of think now about the possibilities of restrications on use on news next summer.you know, if we don't get,  and a good amount of rainfall in last winter. means hostpipe bans,is that inevitable? i don't think it is invetiale yet,but everyday we have with  weather like this with no rain.It's getting closer and closer or yes. Audinline  resverins is just 12% full and the level is still falling;i should be standing under 8  meters of the water,you couldn't  see the conceate  than the mark water level that would noramly be for the time of the year.instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says there is no more rain now,the water would run out of altogether in just 2 month.Acording to a new report by the enviroment agency,a drought of an average winter would leave a huge area of  England at high risk of drought next year .reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are already excetpionally low levels.Anglian  water has been grounded to the permit to top up pits for the reservoir with rain water.And Thames water has warned rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average or strictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.We've had a very dry sping and a very dry,cold winter before it.So this is advanced waring that we need to be very careful with water.
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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The first day of winter but already the warnings of possible host past bans  next summer,many reseverials have blowed normal levers for the time of year south central and the east England had the driest 12 months on record and there is no sign of significant rain for the region. We sort of think now about the possibilities of restrications on use on news next summer.you know, if we don't get,  and a good amount of rainfall in last winter. means hostpipe bans,is that inevitable? i don't think it is invetiale yet,but everyday we have with  weather like this with no rain.It's getting closer and closer or yes. Audinline  resverins is just 12% full and the level is still falling;i should be standing under 8  meters of the water,you couldn't  see the conceate  than the mark water level that would noramly be for the time of the year.instead this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says there is no more rain now,the water would run out of altogether in just 2 month.Acording to a new report by the enviroment agency,a drought of an average winter would leave a huge area of  England at high risk of drought next year .reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are already excetpionally low levels.Anglian  water has been grounded to the permit to top up pits for the reservoir with rain water.And Thames water has warned rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average or strictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.We've had a very dry sping and a very dry,cold winter before it.So this is advanced waring that we need to be very careful with water.
The environment departments say the climate change is making rainfall incerasingly unpredicatedble. it will shortly publish plans

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[Homework]2011-12-03 英国旱情预警

The first day of winter but already the warmings of possible host pipe ban next summer. Many reservoirs as well below nomal level for the time of year. South, centre and east England have had driest twelve months on record. And there is no sign of significant rain for the region.
We saw the signal now, but the posibility of restriction on use next summer, if don't get, a good amount of rain for the most left in winter.
And that means host pipe ban, is it inevitable?
I don't think it's inevitable, ....It's getting closer and closer.yes
Ardinline reservoir in S is just 23%full, and level is still falling.
I should be standing on the eight meters of water, you could see on the concrete there, the mark of water level would normally be for the time of year. Instead, this reservoir has been become an enormous mudflat, and the company says if no more rain now, the water would run out altogether in just two months.
According to a new report by the environment agency, a drier than average year will leave a huge area of England at a risk of drought next year.
Reservoirs across S to K are already exceptionally low levels.

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The first day of winter, but already there are warnings of possible hosepipe bans next summer. Many reservoirs are well below normal levels for the time of year. South central and eastern England have had the driest 12 months on record and there is no sign of significant rain for the region.

We've started the signal, but the possibilities of restrictions on use next summer if we don't get, you know, a good amount of rain for what's left in the winter.

And that means a hosepipe ban. Is that inevitable?

I don't it's inevitable, you know, but every day that we have with weather like this and no rain, it's getting closer and closer, yes.

Ardingly reservior in Sussex is just 12% full and levels are still falling.

I should be standing under eight meters of water, you can see on the concrete there, the mark of water level would normally be for the time of year. Instead, this reservoir has become an enormous mud flat and the company says if there is no more rain now, the water could run out all together in just two months.

According to a new report by the environment agency, a dry than average winter would leave a huge area of England at a high risk of drought next year. Reservoirs across Sussex and Kent are at exceptionally low levels. Anglian water has been granted a permit to top up pits of reservoirs with river water. And tense water has warned rainfall over the winter needs to be at least 80% of the average or restrictions could be imposed as soon as the late spring.

We've had a very dry spring and a very dry cold winter before it. So this is advanced warning that we need to be careful with the water.

The environment department says climate change is making rainfall increasingly unpredictable. It will shortly publish plans to ensure the country is more resilient to extend its periods of drought.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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