What caused Colombia’s deadly downpours?

What caused Colombia’s deadly downpours? Al Jazeera's weather presenter Richard Angwin explains what caused the downpours and if the situation is likely to improve in the coming days.

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    Residents in Mocoa, southern Colombia, will be hoping for a break from rain after severe weather triggered severe landslides and flooding.

    Al Jazeera's weather presenter Richard Angwin explains what caused the downpours and if the situation is likely to improve in the coming days.


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