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you don't see this always ;)

January 9, 2018 9:12  - Residents of Ain Sefra in northern Algeria encountered snow in the hottest desert in the world

 

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Wow, so bizarre it must be to never experience snow like this before.  Thanks for sharing! 

 

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What would happen if this exist at PR? :P No camo for MEC's

Anyways good stuff, never knowed and expect something like this in a deserts.

 

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4 hours ago, =VG= Kavelenko said:

That's impossible, haven't you heard about global warming?

Climate, weather. It's complicated shit. 

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On the upside. IF the water stays you can grow olive-trees there.... I like olives. 

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2 hours ago, Jersans said:

Climate, weather. It's complicated shit. 

Not necessarily. The consequence of the global warming is that the weather gets more extreme. Rain will be heavier, drought will be much dry, the seasons are shifting, etc... And we can all see it.  

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Damn i have nothing but flood here :((. No snowdrop flowers for me until march/april i guess.

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