Ain Sefra is a small city on the northern fringe of the Sahara, the most well liked desert on the earth, however on Sunday the city’s sand dunes have been coated with snow after an intense winter storm.
Pictures from native residents confirmed beautiful scenes of vivid orange dunes dusted with snowfall. Algerian locals sporting coats and scarves have been seen climbing the peaks, cheering loudly and posing for movies. Many introduced cameras to report the uncommon wintry phenomenon earlier than the snow started to soften later within the night.
That is believed to be solely the fourth time snow has fallen on Ain Sefra in northern Algeria in virtually forty years, in accordance with Algerian media stories.
In 1979 a brief storm blanketed the area in heavy snow, and snow has returned in recent times.
Ain Sefra is called “The Gateway to the Desert” due to its location on the sting of the Sahara, and temperatures attain nicely over 104 levels Fahrenheit in the summertime months. Nestled within the Atlas mountain vary, the city is surrounded by hills and towering sand dunes, the very best of which seemed to be utterly coated in snow.
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