Extreme weather Rains high up in the Andes mountains have led to torrents of water pouring into the Atacama desert below, sweeping away houses and roads. Meanwhile in the south of Chile, blistering temperatures have fueled forest fires. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The world's driest desert is flooding and some of the planet's wettest woodlands are burning. Welcome to summer in Chile.

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