Look at these pictures showing the desert landscape dusted with a sprinkling of snow. Incredible.

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Snow fell on Kuwait on Thursday morning for the first time in the country’s history.

There is no record of snow in this country before. Everyone is surprised.

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While snow is unheard of in Kuwait, Rafha, in the north of Saudi Arabia was blanketed by snow on Januar...

Source: http://strangesounds.org/2016/01/snow-in-kuwait-for-the-first-time-...

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Comment by Khan on February 5, 2016 at 3:35am

Snowing in some desert of Mexico

Comment by KM on February 3, 2016 at 2:21pm


Snows blanketed Vietnam and Laos the last week of January 2016 breaking hundreds of cold and snow records. 

SaPa farmers at total crop losses, 9000+ cattle froze to death and Nghe An recorded its first snowfall ever with records stretching back to 1650. 

Comment by Khan on February 2, 2016 at 1:56am
Comment by Khan on February 2, 2016 at 1:53am

First snowfall in 15 years for Arunachal capital,India

Itanagar: Several districts of Arunachal Pradesh witnessed season’s first snowfall. The State capital witnessed the season’s first snowfall after a gap of over 15 years.

With the mercury going sub-zero, several districts in Arunachal Pradesh witnessed the season’s first snowfall since the last couple of days.

Tawang district bordering China witnessed heavy snowfall  while Sela Pass situated an altitude of 13,700 feet on the Bomdila-Tawang road, the lifeline of defence personnel travelling to the frontier, was covered with more than one feet of snow in the last three days, additional deputy commissioner (ADC) Jang Dr D K Chutia said.

Bomdila, the district headquarters of West Kameng received moderate snowfall after a gap of over 12 years.

This year snowfall was also reported from Mechuka in West Siang district, Mayudia in Dibang Valley, Kibithu in Anjaw, Lemiking and Taksing in Upper Subansiri


Comment by Khan on February 2, 2016 at 1:50am

First ever recorded snow 300km south of Hanoi, Vietnam.

Comment by KM on January 31, 2016 at 4:43pm


Cold weather brings rare snowfalls to tropical Laos

White-dusted tropical foliage is seen at the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park in Laos. – Picture courtesy of www.namet.org, January 28, 2016.Snow has been reported across forested upland areas in northern Laos as the extreme cold snap and associated precipitation persisting across much of Indochinese Peninsula since Sunday begins to ease, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

Temperatures in the low single digits Celsius during the day and around zero degrees or below at night since Sunday were accompanied by snow across elevated areas of the country's northern provinces.

The cold snap led to a temporary three-day suspension of domestic flights by the national carrier Lao Airlines between the capital Vientiane and the airport servicing the province of Oudoumxay while flights to other affected provincial centres faced delays, state-run media Vientiane Times reported.

In the province of Phongsaly, three-day extended leave was provided to public servants except police and defence personnel until Wednesday to help minimise the risks to life from unnecessary travel.

Public schools across the country already closed for a week long break awaiting a decision on whether to reopen on schedule Monday depending on the weather.

The scope of the socio-economic impact of the cold snap upon the least developed country of some six and a half million remains as yet unknown, with livestock and poultry deaths in the affected areas continuing to be reported to the authorities.

Meanwhile, images of the rare sprinkling of white have been shared by locals and visitors alike on social media.

Snow was also recorded at popular tourist destination Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park, a 4,229sqkm nature reserve incorporating parts of the provinces of Luang Prabang, Huaphan and Xiengkhouan boasting a peak elevation of 2,257m above sea level.

Images of white-dusted tropical foliage were shared on the website of the park and its award-winning Night Safari, an ethical tourism venture that provides visitors with views of the area's rare and endangered fauna while sustaining local employment. – Bernama, January 28, 2016. 


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