Global Warming? It's Snowing In Miami At Packers-Dolphins Game
Footage of what appears to be snowflakes falling from the skies over Miami at the Hard Rock Stadium has been uploaded onto Twitter Christmas morning. Football fans whipped out their smartphones to film the rare weather phenomenon in South Florida.
We have snow in Miami?pic.twitter.com/KbcB9HDHWJ— Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) December 25, 2022
A nearby National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather station recorded about 37 degrees Fahrenheit around the time the videos of snowflakes were posted on social media.
There has been no confirmation by any government weather agency about the snow. But Matthew Cappucci, meteorologist for Capital Weather Gang, reported:
"Yes, it snowed about a hour and a half ago in Brevard County on the Space Coast. It was mostly sleet, but a few snow flurries were mixed in."
CHRISTMAS SNOW IN #FLORIDA! ❄️— Matthew Cappucci (@MatthewCappucci) December 25, 2022
Yes, it snowed about a hour and a half ago in Brevard County on the Space Coast. It was mostly sleet, but a few snow flurries were mixed in. ☃️
Very cold Siberian air even trying to sneak into the Sunshine State at the upper levels. 🌨 @MyRadarWX pic.twitter.com/VLLsQmmwp5
It appears Green Bay might have brought the snow.
Snow on the beach ❄️🏖️— Green Bay Packers (@packers) December 25, 2022
It's GAMEDAY in Miami!#GBvsMIA | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/2H7cFoVNwn
Global warming alarmists who said the Earth would imminently burn this past summer will have trouble explaining this. They might respond by saying, 'it's because of climate change.' Well, we have news for them, the climate has been changing for millions of years.