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Ouch! IT's Burning, weather

Ouch! IT's Burning, weather - of the day would evaporate...

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Before, in ancient times, the Sahara had rivers, forests, and lush pastures, but now… The land is bare and bleak, with dried up rivers and bare and bleak pastures. Temperatures will range from 100 degrees to 140 degrees, not much over or below. The barren desert gets less than ten inches of rain per year, even though the rain would be quickly evaporated from the heat of the baking sun. The weather of the Sahara is usually extremely hot during the daylight and freezing cold at night. The heat is unbearable because the blistering sun is too powerful for anyone’s bare skin. The perspiration you have in the hottest part
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Unformatted text preview: of the day would evaporate before you even noticed it. But, during the night, the air would be so cold that the blankets you packed would not be enough. The heat and cold are probably the least of your worries of what natural disasters may unluckily befall you on your journey. Wind may sometimes blow lightly against you, causing some sand to lift into your sensitive eyes. Or, the wind can blow hard enough to cause a major sandstorm. They will cause your vision and sense of direction to greatly decrease. You should be moving at a slow pace and wait out the storm with caution....
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