Weather systems clash led to India floods

BBC: An unusually intensive fusion of two weather systems from opposite directions triggered this week's devastating floods in northern India and western Nepal, authorities have said. They say the monsoon advancing towards the west of South Asia combined with westerly winds for an unusually long time and with an extraordinary intensity, which resulted in days of torrential rains. Weather authorities in India and Pakistan have warned there is still a threat that the dangerous combination will cause......

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