That explains why I was terribly chilling last friday, UAE had its coldest weather then. To the point that it snowed in one of its emirates, Ras Al Khaimah. Temperatures on Jebel Jais dropped to -3°C last Friday night (while Abu Dhabi and Dubai had heavy rains). On Saturday, the area had reached 1°C.
Suddenly, almost everybody wanted to go there. Even those from the borders took time to check the area only to find out that they won’t be able to check it unless via a helicopter (it’s the tallest area in UAE).
So, when the impossible can happen in a desert state where summer temperatures can reach 50 Celcius (122 Fahrenheit), I won’t be surprised anymore if it would (someday) snow in the Philippines.
When the impossible happens,
It makes us think that the remote is probable,
That black can be white, or otherwise,
That something (is) maybe wrong,
It is bizarre yet incredible.