A weird orange snowstorm that Sochi scientists performed tests on hit Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Moldova Saturday.
A freak snowstorm precipitated social media frenzy after snow appeared orange in at least five different Eastern European countries.
Well done to all those who said Crete. @TootingGareth captured this picture showing the eerie orange glow. Reports also came in from as far afield as Russia and Romania where lying snow had turned yellow and orange! pic.twitter.com/APW9QlbrpU
— Met Office (@metoffice) March 25, 2018
Now repeat after me; the Grand Solar Minimum is here! Life as we once knew has changed for the entire globe…
— A Devoted Yogi (@ADevotedYogi) March 24, 2018
‘Orange snow’ baffles eastern Europeans
“Meteorologists say the phenomenon is caused by sand from Sahara desert storms mixing with snow and rain.”https://t.co/dRHsptiU0R
(photo: Katrin JD) pic.twitter.com/QAfRrwJ8j3
— Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) March 25, 2018
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) March 25, 2018
The unnatural downfall is due to desert storms in the Sahara blowing sand north and falls as rain, according to a Sochi Centre of Hydrometeorology and Monitoring of the Black and Azov Seas spokesperson, the U.K. Daily Mail reported.
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