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Rare snow covers the Sahara Desert in Algeria – Second year in a row after 40 years of absence

Rare snow covers the Sahara Desert in Algeria – Second year in a row after 40 years of absence

A heatwave is melting roads in Australia. Bomb cyclone Grayson brings record low temperatures to Northeast US and Canada. Now, snow is covering sand dunes in the Sahara Desert at Ain Sefra, Algeria for the second winter in a row after snowfall wasn’t reported over the last 40 years. These photos tell the story: Just […]

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