British landscapes before and after record-breaking heatwave

Landscapes across Britain are starved of water after parts of England experienced their worst July on record from 1836.

Months of little rainfall combined with record-breaking temperatures in July have left rivers at exceptionally low levels, depleted reservoirs and parched soil.

As a result of the dry conditions, parched parts of England face a hose ban to save water ahead of another predicted heatwave next week.

The Met Office has warned that parched areas of England have “very little meaningful rain” on the horizon as temperatures soar into the 30s next week.

Photos taken before and in the midst of the heatwave illustrate the impact of the lack of rain and rising temperatures in recent weeks.

Edinburgh British landscapes before and after record-breaking heatwave

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