The Sahara Desert Goes White Again And The Pictures Are Insanely Awesome

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Nature and Travel On 9th January 2018
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We know that America and Canada are experiencing a record-breaking cold with Australia experiencing the hottest weather in the decades. Here are some stunning pictures of snow falling in the unlikeliest of places, the Sahara desert.

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Here are some amazingly shocking pictures of the town of Ain Sefra in Algeria covered in snow.

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According to sources, snowfall has only been experienced in this region for the third time in 40 years.

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Ain Sefra lies on the very northern edge of the Sahara and is known as the ‘Gateway to the Desert’.

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It is situated at roughly 1000 meters above sea level and is surrounded by the Atlas Mountains.

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Temperatures are frequently around zero at this time of year.

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The beautiful snowfall caught the attention of the internet and the pictures are spreading like a wildfire.

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According to the residents, this year's snowfall is the heaviest throughout their living memory.

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What a lovely sight.

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