The last major snowfall--if it can be called that--to hit Ain Sefra was in February 1979 when it snowed for a whopping 30 minutes. Subsequent dustings of snow also appeared in 2005 and 2012.
According to Gizmodo, the last "major" snowfall in Ain Sefra was in February 1979, when it snowed for all of half an hour.
I don't believe that video because that's clearly a Saguaro Cactus, which isn't found anywhere near the Sahara.
Well we've all learned that the media are among the most dishonest human beings on earth, so...
Either way, not one single news outlet or "cool" site online presented the facts, much less anything close to the whole story.
The 2012 snow in the same areas was also quite a story, which even shows up on Wikipedia.In the exact same town even, ,Ain Sefra: where it snowed on 4-6, 8 February 2012Towns were covered in snow for weeks.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_2012_European_cold_wave#AfricaThe 2012 snow was not a "light dusting", you fucking idiots.
1) Deserts can be cold on winter nights. "Sahara" isn't automatically hot.2) As more energy is dumped into the system the average warms but you also increase the variability. Thus more extreme weather events of all types, including cold, are to be expected.
I can't wait until FX stops believing what the lying media tells him about drinking bleach
FX is against wire feeds and editorial laziness.