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Strange Natural Phenomena Early In 2021, Snowfall Covers The Sahara Desert And Saudi Arabia | Gealena

Strange Natural Phenomena Early in 2021, Snowfall Covers the Sahara Desert and Saudi Arabia

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Strange Natural Phenomena  Covers the Sahara Desert

Gealena — Strange Natural Phenomena Snowfall Covers the Sahara Desert and Saudi Arabia. A strange and rare natural phenomenon in early 2021. This is because the Sahara Desert, which is known to be one of the hottest places in the world. Has just been hit by snow with temperatures below freezing.

The snow also blanketed Saudi Arabia with temperatures reaching -2.22 degrees Celsius.

Gealena information Quoted from the New York Post, a photographer tries to capture this rare moment. He photographed it after snowfall broke out in the Tabuk Region in northwestern Saudi Arabia.

The Sahara Desert, which can normally experience peak temperatures of up to 122 degrees during summer. Has seen its temperature drop below 32 degrees this month.

Snowfall Sahara Saudi Arabia

Even on January 10, 2021 yesterday, residents in mountainous areas could enjoy snowfall.
The Sahara Desert, which can normally experience peak temperatures of up to 122 degrees during summer. Has seen its temperature drop below 32 degrees this month.

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Aïn Séfra – known as the “Gateway to the Desert” – sits about 3,280 feet above sea level and is surrounded by the Atlas Mountains. Snowfall that occurs in Saudi Arabia is a rare and rare phenomenon. Saudi Arabia had another experience in 2018 where locals had fun sledding and snowballs.

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