Unexpected summer snow hits Mongolia

28 Jun 2019 – An “abnormal” summer snowfall has hit a western Mongolian province, Xinhua reports.

“An unexpected summer snow hit the southwestern mountainous parts of our province on Tuesday and Wednesday, with an average precipitation of 2-3 mm,” said Jagsalag Khulibek, expert of Bayan-Ulgii Province’s meteorological bureau, calling the snowfall an unusual weather condition.

The meteorologist explained that the unseasonal snow was brought by a strong cyclone from the Siberia.


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