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HomeClimate411Late rainy season reliably predicts drought in regions prone to food insecurity

Late rainy season reliably predicts drought in regions prone to food insecurity

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The onset date of the yearly rainy season reliably predicts if seasonal drought will occur in parts of Sub-Saharan Africa that are particularly vulnerable to food insecurity, and could help to mitigate its effects.

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