‘Twas snowing again is Sahara
An end to the climate scare era?
It was cold there before
Little Ice Age got more
Return to the cooling Nightmarah?
For the second year in a row there is a layer of fresh snow in the Northern Sahara desert! Aïn Séfra was sprinkled with some snow in December 2016, which was the first time that snow had fallen there since February 18, 1979, when a half-hour storm disrupted traffic. freak winter storm hit the area on January 20, 2017 dumping snow in the municipality up to three feet thick in some places. This was the largest snowfall in residents’ memories and had caused travel disruptions due to the roads becoming slippery with ice, while the resident children made the most of the situation by sledding on the snow-covered sand dunes and making snowmen.
Here are some spectacular pictures from Jan 5 2018
A larger map from Jan 07 with clouds and snow