International Desk: Climate change has unbelievably covered Africa’s Sahara desert in ice. It has created a charming scene of snow falling on the desert chest


According to a report by the British media Daily Mail, the rare sight of the snow was captured by the camera of local photojournalist Karim Bouchetta from the city of Ain Sefra in northwestern Algeria.


The report also said that at one time the maximum temperature of 58 degrees Celsius was recorded in the Sahara desert. But this week the temperature has dropped to minus two degrees Celsius.


It is known that the city of Ain Sefra is known as the gateway to the Sahara. The city is surrounded by the Atlas Mountains, which are over 1,000 feet above sea level. There has been snowfall before.


Snow has been recorded five times in 42 years. Snow fell there in 1979, 2016, 2018 and 2021.
The ice falls on the sand and creates an eye-catching parton.


Incidentally, the Sahara desert is located across most of North Africa. Snow is very rare in this desert. Because the air here usually does not contain enough water. However, the desert climate becomes much cooler at night.





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