Global Warming Works? Shocking Snowfall in Sahara Desert (Video)

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Multiple natural disasters? Storms, tsunamis, bomb cyclone? Global warming? No, this it’s snow in the Sahara Desert!  

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Sahara Desert Fairytail

Unexpectedly, the snow has arrived at the Sahara Desert as well. 15 inches of white sparkling snow is now covering the area. The last snow was recorded in the Sahara Desert was in 1979.

This temperature isn’t typical for this area. Normally, in winter, it hits on average 31.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

The freezing air is coming from Canada and North America:

During 40-year period, the snow had fallen a few times but hadn’t created such a marvelous landscapes.

See it for yourself:

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