Thank you for sharing the source. I read the first line and the entire article. Is this where you turn to for your daily dose of news? The site appears to host blog posts, by individual authors, rather than news reports by journalists.
The first line that perhaps prompted you to raise this thread does not claim that it is snowing in Kerala. Please read it again. In the next line, the author describes Munnar as "…it is pretty chilling out there". I was there last year, around this time; I didn't find anything in Munnar that could be described as 'chilling'. Perhaps, it was the author's way of describing 'biting cold'. That raises a question about the author's grasp of the language.
Does he understand the terms that he used? Reading through the narrative, it becomes obvious that the author used 'snow' and 'frost' interchangeably. He perhaps thought of them to be synonyms. But, then again, he has not stated that the place is witnessing snowfall.
Munnar is not witnessing sub-zero temperatures. Take a look at the link below to see what the temperatures in the hill station have been in the last couple of weeks.
Questioning something that I find absurd and terming it fake news and asking for its source is not being judgemental. An intelligent mind will always question and seek clarifications. It is presumptuous to expect everyone to believe and agree with whatever you publish. There might be some who accept everything that they read and hear to be the gospel truth, but I am not one of them.
I have deduced facts after reading the article. You are welcome to add a retort and we can continue this debate. Otherwise, I'll take it that I was right in terming this thread as fake news and an exaggeration of facts.
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