Rare spring snowfall blanketed the mountains of northwestern Saudi Arabia over the weekend.
Flakes began falling early Sunday, March 31 over Tabuk Province and by the time dusk rolled around, a decent layer of powder had covered the entire region, Arab News reports.
Climate researcher Eid Al-Madhlaani said, “it was highly unusual to see snow falling on the last day of March.”
Shocked residents Nayef Al-Harby and Mohammad Al-Shammari said, “This is the first time we have seen the top of Jabal Al-Lawz blanketed in white, we’ve been waiting for this during the past days so we can come to enjoy the weather.”
The cold times are coming.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shifts