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Snow falls in Guadeloupe in extraordinary weather phenomenon

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“We had a mass of clouds that arrived over St. Claude,” he said in French and translated by McCathy Marie. “Accompanying this mass of clouds was some very cold air. In this very cold air, in the mass of clouds, we had the creation of some snowflakes which fell to the ground. This has never before been seen in Guadeloupe. This is an exceptional event that we will never forget.”

Two weeks ago in the same area, in a residential district which is just below La Soufriere Volcano overlooking the Town of Basse Terre, residents were surprised to see hailstones falling from the sky.

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http://dominicanewsonline.com/news/homepage/news/weather/snow-falls-in-guadeloupe-in-extraordinary-weather-phenomenon/

and another link

http://www.stlucianewsonline.com/caribbean-snow-falls-in-guadeloupe-in-extraordinary-weather-phenomenon/

DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE – No, it is not an April Fools Day joke, snowflakes actually fell in the neighbouring French island of Guadeloupe.

The event, which was described as ‘exceptional’ by a French meteorologist took place on Thursday, March 31 in the municipality of St. Claude.

Reports from French media indicate that a very fine snowfall blanketed the hills above the town.

- See more at: http://www.stlucianewsonline.com/caribbean-snow-falls-in-guadeloupe-in-extraordinary-weather-phenomenon/#sthash.phwGZQuX.dpuf

No wonder they had to name it "climate change" vs. "global warming".  

 

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