“Al Gore Must Be Hibernating” Snowfall Officially Recorded in All 50 States

That’s right, every state, including Hawaii and Florida, had snow on Wednesday morning. In fact, over half 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.

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.”

Ryan Willis, a meteorologist for the National Water Service based in Peachtree City, says the forecast calls for 1 to 1.5 inches (2.5 to 4 centimeters) of snow to fall in metropolitan Atlanta through Wednesday morning, with localized higher amounts.

Governors’ offices in Alabama and Louisiana said state offices would close Wednesday because of dangerous cold that forecasters said would follow the snow. Forecasters said frostbite would be a threat in north Georgia because of below- zero (-18 Celsius) wind chills.

Potentially hazardous wind chills prompted schools to close Tuesday across Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Kansas and Missouri.

In Kentucky, multiple crashes closed a 10-mile (16-kilometer) section of Interstate 24 in the western part of the state and blocked southbound lanes of Interstate 65 in the south, including a five-vehicle pileup involving a Greyhound bus that injured multiple people, authorities said.

In Tennessee, forecasters called for up to 6 inches (15 centimeters) of snow in the central part of the state, including the Nashville area.

Freezing weather and ice have gripped the south-eastern United States, including the traditionally mild Florida and Georgia, while further north plummeting temperatures froze waterways and even parts of waterfalls

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.