And while we are talking about Global Warming, it is snowing in the Sahara

The world is getting warmer…catastrophically so…or is it?

The Northern Hemisphere is experiencing record lows, but we are told that is just weather. Funny isn’t it that when it is a record low it is just weather, but when it is a record high, like that reported in Sydney, or NIWA reported yesterday, then it is no longer weather, but catastrophic climate change.

Meanwhile in the real world…it is snowing in the Sahara desert:

As much of the northern hemisphere endures record cold temperatures, we get this report from Severe Weather EU via Twitter:

Spectacular scenes today in Algeria as snow covered the sand dunes in Ain El Safra! Snow visible also in imagery by NASA’s Terra satellite.

After a 40 year absence, this is the second winter in a row for this occurrence. In late 2016 it was reported by the Telegraph as being not seen in 40 years:

Incredible photos capture freak snowfall in the Sahara Desert, believed to be first time it has fallen on the unforgiving red dunes in almost 40 years.

Now, it’s happened again. Have a look.

And here is a shot from NASA:

You can also see the snow on the MODIS/TERRA satellite image service from NASA. Ain El Safra is the lone white section in the center of the photo from January 5th, 2018:

https://go.nasa.gov/2qx3aBQ

Anyone who says the science is settled is a moron. Climate has always changed, and we are witnessing another change. It is 40 years since it last snowed in the Sahara…could we actually be entering a cooling period…again?

 

-WUWT


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