Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Monday, November 28, 2016

Winter comes to Iran

The ski resorts in the mountains are opening Tehran goes sub-zero
The recent thunderstorms in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar formed along a front of cold air that swept across Iran during the previous week.

This blast of cold, which has also affected the Caucasus, hit northern Iran several days ago and changed the feeling from summer to winter overnight.

Tehran spent most of November in the 20s Celsius. Just 10 days ago, on Nov 18, it was still a warm 21C. Two days later the maximum temperature was 6C.

Thunderstorms crackled and snow fell on the hills; snow even fell in the city. On Thursday, Nov 24, Tehran recorded a maximum temperature of −1C…

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