Florida Weather Forecast: Prepare for Iguanas to Fall From the Sky

Given just how adamant the climate change alarmists have been in recent years, you would think that we’ve heard it all.

There were stories about Florida being underwater in a mere matter of years.  We heard that the ice caps were going to melt into the ocean.  The liberal masses predicted pestilence and plague from the thawing permafrost.

Yet, here we are, with nothing to worry about except for some scaly, green precipitation in Florida due to the cold.

As the coldest air of the season spreads across the Eastern US, even some southern states are feeling the chill.

From Louisiana to the Carolinas, even down through Florida, temperatures are averaging 10 to 15 degrees below normal.

Freeze warnings and hard freeze warnings are in effect across Florida and Georgia through Wednesday morning.

Tuesday afternoon, the National Weather Service in Miami issued a rare forecast regarding cold temperatures but it was for iguanas. Yes, you read that correctly.

Iguanas have recently become a nuisance animal in The Sunshine State, due to their lack of natural predators and potent reproduction habits.

Being cold blooded, as the outside temperatures dip lower, so do the iguanas’ ability to move and function…including the loss of motor functions responsible for grip and strength.

Simply put:  When the temperature drops, so do the iguanas.

To paraphrase Captain Quint from Jaws:  We’re going to need a bigger umbrella.