Lunch Club! This Is Exactly What You’d Do If You Found Snow In Saudi Arabia

The Middle East experienced a rare cold snap this weekend. Locals are understandably excited.

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While we’re regularly sniffing our armpits in the midst of another muggy summertime, there’s been a rare meteorological occurrence in the Middle East: over the weekend, a cold snap hit from Jerusalem to Cairo, where it snowed for the first time in over 100 years (unfortunately, those widely-shared pics of a powder-dusted sphinx are fakes from a miniature replica in Japan, boo).


The snow unexpectedly fell in Saudi Arabia, too, hitting regions that usually experience average annual rainfalls of just four inches.


Of course, locals were understandably excited:

That looks ridiculously fun.