Snow fell on the Iraqi capital Baghdad Friday morning for the first time in nearly a century by the convergence of the first two blocs Sources cold and dry and the second relatively warm and moist, according to the meteorological Iraq.
She stressed that the two blocs Sources sighted over Iraq, one "cold and dry facilities of the Siberian high air and the second relatively warm and moist air passenger were low from the sea" on Thursday and Friday, resulting in the snow.
It added that the body temperature fell to below zero in many places of the country.
The Director-General of the Meteorological Dawood Shaker that this phenomenon is "not a rare occurrence where record snow in Baghdad for nearly a century ago, according to the senior certificates aged."
He attributed that to "the climate changes that have occurred recently in various regions of the world."
He said Iraqi citizens Zahar Hassan, aged 60 years, "This is the first time that we see the masses
I snow in Baghdad, we have seen cold before, but we did not watch the snow. "
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