Snow in the Sahara

  Al94 10 Feb 12
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  carver 10 Feb 12

And I suppose they will blame any accidents on not having snow tyres, they should have been better prepared.

  Quickbeam 10 Feb 12

Sand tyres are equally as good in snow:)

  Aitchbee 10 Feb 12

Iv'e heard camel racing has been abandoned - because of the snow!

  canarieslover 10 Feb 12

What do they fit the camels with in those conditions? Do they add anti-freeze to their water so their humps don't freeze?

  Aitchbee 10 Feb 12

....desert camels get the hump...when it snows....

  Quickbeam 10 Feb 12

As a matter of interest, how long would it be expected to lie on the ground for? I assume that the overhead sun near the equator still warms the place up considerably from the overnight low temperatures when it does get very cold in the desert.

  Aitchbee 10 Feb 12

Quickbeam, it could be longer than you might think:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2507480

  Quickbeam 10 Feb 12

I see that Casablanca will escape it, so Sam's piano should keep it's tune OK.

  Woolwell 10 Feb 12

What is it about Youtube that the comments always seem to be full of strong language? Isn't there a moderator?

  Quickbeam 10 Feb 12

Our FE keeps us on a short leash:)

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