“The Sahara Desert experienced its first snowfall in thirty-seven years, according to images taken Monday afternoon.
It is the first time since February 1979 that snow has fallen in Ain Sefra, Algeria, a town in the Sahara Desert, the Daily Mail reports.
The last time it snowed in the area, the snow lasted for about an hour. This time, the snow remained for a day.
Karim Bouchetata, an amateur photographer, captured the images of the snowfall on the red sand dunes.”