It’s been another cold year for the global warming alarmist. In fact, it’s been so cold that a recent story by WMTV reports that all 50 states are now dealing with the white stuff.
That’s right, every state, including Hawaii and Florida, had snow on Wednesday morning. In fact, over half — 52.3 percent — of the country was covered in white.
Having snow on the ground in many states is pretty rare, especially when Al Gore says that the earth is getting warmer.
So, I’m sure you’re wondering like I did, can Hawaii even have snow?
The answer is actually a resounding yes!
On Hawaii’s main island, Mauna Kea’s volcanic peak sits in a pile of snow. In fact, last November, the peak received eight inches of snow, which was actually EARLY for the state.
Even Newsweek was forced to admit that this was a little strange.
They wrote, “This year’s snowstorm is earlier than usual, with past snowfalls in December and January. In addition, the snowfall in the Pacific Island state is especially strange considering that national snowfall for the rest of the country is at a record low, and down 8.5 percent as of yesterday.”
So much for that global warming.
While snow in Hawaii is actually quite common, snow in Florida is another matter. But as of this season, Florida has already experienced three snowfall events! The Guardian even reports that some parts of Florida saw their first snowfall in almost 30 years. In a video produced by them, one Floridian said, “I never thought I’d live to see the day that there would be snow in Florida.”
Welcome to Florida! Up to 2 inches of snow in northern Escambia County, FL with 1/2 inch on the state line in Century.
— NorthEscambia.com (@northescambia) December 9, 2017
For a brief period, Florida wasn’t the “Sunshine State,” it was the “Snowy State.”
— Holly Hutt Viola (@Hollibird) January 17, 2018
I’m sure residents in Florida are looking for a little bit more of that global warming — because now they have to bundle up to go outside.
But keep pushing that global warming, message, Al Gore. The more times it snows in Florida, the more times we all can see what a fraud you really are.
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