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Peru is experiencing the worst flooding in almost 30 years , leading to death and destruction even in parts of the country that typically remain dry. More than 70 people have died, according to several news sources. Tens of thousands are now homeless . And there’s more to come. “Current analysis shows water temperatures 4-5 C (7-9 F) above normal along much of Peru’s coastline, and this is unlikely to change for at least several weeks,” according to AccuWeather. “This abnormal ocean warmth could lead to additional rounds of flooding through April before the normally drier weather associated with Peru’s dry season begins to take hold in May and June.”. “There’s no electricity, no drinki... Full story

20 March