SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Xinjiang on Saturday warned of extra flash floods and mudslides and dangers to agriculture as heatwaves swept throughout the area, accelerating the tempo of glacial soften and posing hazards for its huge cotton manufacturing. China has been baked by above-normal summer season warmth since June, with some meteorologists blaming local weather change. The excessively scorching climate has pushed up demand for electrical energy to chill houses, places of work and factories. In agricultural areas, drought has been a priority. Xinjiang's newest heatwaves have been notably lengthy lasting and widespread, Chen Chuny...

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