India – Twang valley covered with a thick blanket of snow

21 Jan 2016 –  Bomdila and Tawang have witnessed snowfall in Arunachal Pradesh with temperatures dipping to subzero level, informs a Facebook entry.

The Bomdila-Tawang road was covered with more than one foot (30 cm) of snow for the last few days. The road goes up to China border and considered as a lifeline of the Indian Army. The road has been blocked completely and it would take a few days to clear the snow.

The entire Twang valley is covered with a thick blanket of snow and the whole of Arunachal is going to be gripped with unusual long spell of cold wave, it has been predicted. 

Arunachal Pradesh is in the most northeast region of India. It borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south, and shares international borders with Bhutan in the west, Burma in the east and China in the north.

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

1 thought on “India – Twang valley covered with a thick blanket of snow”

  1. It is ironic that no sooner have NASA, NOAA and CRU issued their famous average, namely that the year 2015 was the warmest ever, than Great Nature sends a reminder that everything everywhere cools naturally – and that if some warming does occur it is entirely owing to the radiation from our Sun. Of course the Black Magicians wish to suggest to the populace that warming is bad and is caused by man, in particular by CO2. But that is impossible. Carbon Dioxide cannot and does not generate heat.

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