Ain Sefra’s, Algeria delight.
It did last for a day.
Cold. What more can I say?
A wrench in the Climate Change fight.
It is the first time since February 1979 it has snowed in Ain Sefra, located on the edge of the Sahara Desert. That snow lasted for about an hour, and it was mid-winter. This time the snow lasted for a whole day, and it was on the last day of fall!
I guess this is why the alarmists changed from calling it Global Warming to Climate change. Snow that lies doesn’t lie.
It is getting cold.
Look at the snow cover!