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Snow blankets sand in the Sahara desert after temperatures in Algeria fall below zero

Ice and snow were seen on desert sands in Ain Sefra, Algeria on Wednesday (January 13).

Temperatures in the small town in Naama province reached -3 degree Celsius (26.6 degree Fahrenheit) on January 13.

The town has experienced snow only three other times in 42 years – in 1979, 2017 and 2018. 2017 also saw a blizzard dumping snow up to a meter thick in Ain Sefra.

(Production: Yi Shu Ng

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