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As the temperature drops to -2C, snow falls on the Sahara Desert in new photos of a rare event. Snowfall and ice coatings in the Sahara Desert were only seen for the fifth time in 42 years in Algeria, where the normally temperate climate gave way to temperatures as low as -2C. In a rare occurrence, a snowfall fell into the sand in the Sahara Desert as temperatures fell below freezing. The dunes of the world’s largest desert were covered in ice and snow, with temperatures reaching 58°C. On January 18, photographer Karim Bouchetata captured stunning images of snow and…

The Met Office has pinpointed the exact locations where dense fog will cause “hazards and travel disruption.” The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for dense fog across much of the United Kingdom today, warning of “some travel disruption,” “impaired visibility,” and “hazardous driving conditions” in some areas. This month, the UK is expected to experience another cold deep freeze, while dense fog continues to be a nuisance across the country, particularly on roads this morning. A Met Office yellow fog warning is still in effect, and has been since 7 p.m. yesterday. It is set to expire today…

Following the devastating tsunami in Tonga, Australia is being engulfed by a massive ash cloud. Following the massive eruption of an underwater volcano near Tonga, areas of Queensland have been hit with deluges of ash clouds that have made for beautiful sunrises. The fallout from Saturday’s devastating Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai underwater volcano eruption in Tonga has reached Australia, causing massive ash clouds to hang over the country. Residents in Queensland, on the continent’s northeastern edge, have reported seeing “beautiful sunrises” as the sun’s light reflects off the massive clouds. Queensland is about 4000 kilometers away from the Pacific island that…

More snow is expected this month, according to forecasters, with a deep freeze of -5°C expected to hit the UK soon. Following recent snowfall in parts of the UK, forecasters have warned that more could fall in January, with ‘unsettled conditions’ expected to persist. More snow is expected this month, with a -5C deep freeze expected to hit parts of the UK in a matter of days, according to forecasters. “A more unsettled regime is most likely during late January and into early February with spells of wet and windy weather followed by brighter but showery interludes,” the Met Office…

As the UK prepares for a deep freeze, dense fog will cause travel chaos and flight cancellations. On Wednesday morning, dense fog and travel disruption for road, air, and rail will likely be followed by a chilly weekend, with subzero temperatures returning to parts of the UK. This week, the UK will experience a significant temperature drop, resulting in icy conditions and potential disruption. Subzero temperatures are expected in the north west of England and north Wales on Saturday, according to independent forecaster WX Charts. It follows a milder spell this week, which saw temperatures rise after some unexpected snowfall…