At least 35 dead over surprise snowfall and heavy rains

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At Least 35 people died while dozens more were injured as freezing rain and unexpected snowfall hit remote areas of Pakistan over the weekend.
Twenty-two children were among the fatalities, many of whom were crushed in landslides that buried their homes.
The extreme weather hit Pakistan’s northern and western regions, clogging roads and damaging hundreds of houses.
Experts were surprised by the snow as Pakistan is typically humid in March.
Mushtaq Ali Shah, a former director of the country’s meteorological department, attributed the unusual conditions to climate change.

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