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Thursday, January 21, 2016


An extreme cold weather has blanketed most parts of Saudi Arabia with six regions — Tabuk, Northern Borders, Al-Jouf, Hail, Qassim and Eastern Province – experiencing sub-zero temperatures, according to the January 10 report of Saudi Gazette.
Rainfall is also expected in many parts of the country by the middle of the week. Meteorologists said the temperature would continue to drop in coming weeks. Riyadh and parts of Qassim are likely to experience record low temperatures in the next few days. The drop in temperatures began with the start of the new year. Madinah recorded the lowest temperature in western Saudi Arabia.
Remember the brief snow last year (2015) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia?

Snow in Riyadh 3am yesterday morning
Posted by Kevin Smith on Sunday, January 11, 2015
“The cold weather will continue in all parts of the Kingdom, especially its northern and western parts. It will be accompanied by surface winds with a strength of 50 km per hour, especially in the Northern Border Province, Al-Jouf, Tabuk, Hail, Madinah and Makkah,” said Hussein Al-Qahtani, spokesman of the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment.
Strong cold winds are also expected in Riyadh, Qassim and the Eastern Province, including Hafr Al-Batin, Al-Qahtani said, adding that the sky would be partly cloudy to cloudy with the possibility of light rainfall in the northern and eastern regions.
He also expected snowfall in the northern regions, especially its northwestern parts of the country including Turaif, Qurayyat, Arar and the highlights of Tabuk. “We also expect rains in the Kingdom’s southern regions,” Al-Qahtani said.
The spokesman pointed out that thunderous rainy clouds could appear over Asir, Jazan and Baha regions, extending to the southern part of the Makkah region. Fog is likely to form in the northern regions as well as southwestern and western highlands during night and early morning hours.

SNOWING IN #SAUDI #ARABIA:- #MECCA to #MEDINA:- JANUARY 16, 2016 - Heavy snowfall in Saudi Arabia. I'm back up. IN CASE YOU DO NOT KNOW! WARNING! GET CASH OUT THE BANK!SAUDI ARABIA is a DESERT! It DOES NOT SNOW in this region of the world!
Posted by Michael Bermingham on Sunday, January 17, 2016

The videos below probably happened January 13, 2016 along Makkah Madinah road in Saudi Arabia
Enjoying snow falling in Saudi Arabia
Posted by Siddique Saeedi on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Can you believe this! A friend of the family sent this today to my wife. This was taken on the way from Makkah to Madinah...that's right, it snowed in Saudi Arabia. My God, can you imagine being in Ihram around the ka'bah while it snows! May Allah protect us. (Polite reminder: Bdesh appeal. Only 2 days left. 47% raised. justgiving.com/Hasan-Ali4 )

Posted by Shaykh Hasan Ali on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
"A rarity in Saudi Arabia, snow has blanketed the Hejaz region with two Bedouin shepherds having a chance to build a snowman "
Posted by Hieshaam Abrahams on Monday, January 18, 2016

 Even Camels are covered with the tiny ice from the heavy pour. 
 Thick pile of hail snow.
 screenshot from the video above while cars and buses are passing the Makkah Madinah road.

They even predict according to the weather forecast in Turayf, Saudi Arabia, on January 27th, there will be snow showers.