Snow Falling In The Sahara Desert is Oddly Satisfying

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If you’re going on a trip to the Sahara (for whichever reason you’d consider sufficient to go to a 3.6 million square miles oven), you wouldn’t be packing snow gear, right? Well, apart from two days in known history, you’d be entirely accurate in that guess. The first time snow fell in the Sahara desert was back in February 1979, when LSD was all the craze on the black markets. The second time was good ol’ 2016, a year of many firsts.
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