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Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!

 
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Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
July 8, 2011 – CHILE – One of the driest places on the planet has just experienced its heaviest snowfall in almost two decades. As the BBC is reporting, the Atacama desert region in Chile was virtually buried with an estimated 31.5 inches of snow after a cold front brought subzero temperatures to much of South America, including Argentina and Uruguay. Officials from Chile’s Directorate of Meteorology said the area had not seen this amount of snow in close to 20 years. Local media reports said authorities rescued a total of 36 people who had been caught in the storm, the Associated Press reports. –Huffington Post
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
it's global warming..gorebot
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
It's really impressive!!!
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
it's global warming..gorebot
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shocked
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
Thanks OP

This is quite stunning news.

I understood that the atacama hasnt had any rain for over 100 years, for it to have had snow....amazing.
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
Thanks OP

This is quite stunning news.

I understood that the atacama hasnt had any rain for over 100 years, for it to have had snow....amazing.
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Yes it's normaly the place with hotest temp, frequently +50c
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
It's also a sweet BF2 map
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
maybe something to do with the volcanic ash from the puyehue eruption thats been floating around in the atmosphere??

but what do I know for sure?....

interesting times...

moving on---
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Re: Atacama desert, one of driest places on Earth hit with record snowfall!!!
maybe something to do with the volcanic ash from the puyehue eruption thats been floating around in the atmosphere??

but what do I know for sure?....

interesting times...

moving on---
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1412638


(I mean the ash contributing to the cooling effect or something)

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