South Africa Experiences Snow For 22nd Time In 103 Years

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Posted: August 7, 2012 Snow in South Africa is rare, in fact it has only snowed in Johannesburg 22 times in the last 103 years, including a rare event on Tuesday morning that sent snowflakes to the ground and residence running into an unseasonably cold outdoors. Mobile phone cameras quickly began to capture the snow laced sky as residence opened their mouths to grab a taste of the rare snow falling in their front yards across much of the country. Still in its winter months unseasonably cold weather caught everyone off guard including weather forecasters who were not sure how to report about snowfall conditions because snow is so rare in the region. While only a small amount of snow fell…

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