Southern Shores' Parched Patch to Persist in Fall

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Southern Shores' Parched Patch to Persist in FallSouthern Shores' Parched Patch to Persist in Fall
Regions in the south will likely experience an amount of rainfall not more than the previous autumn

Already strained by a sharp fall in precipitation during the closing water year (began September 23, 2017), the southern coastline is not expected to receive a normal amount of rainfall during the coming autumn.  
Going through a rather unexpectedly irregular climate pattern, the arid and semi-arid catchment area, known as "the Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman" in the south of the country will continue struggling with poor rainfall, although the meteorologists estimate normal conditions in other areas.
Based on the data regularly released by the Water Resources Management Company, the Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman catchment area has received less than two thirds of the rainfall it did during the last water year.


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