#FloridaWinter: Two-day cold snap forces Floridians to bundle up, and Twitter is not having it
Iguanas are falling from trees, and residents are digging out scarves, hats and sweaters.
One reason why the morning hours felt so cold, according to a Twitter post by the National Weather Service in Melbourne, was because of the wind chill.
Fort Pierce, for example, had a 31-degree wind chill and Stuart recorded a 35-degree wind chill.
So, yes, it's cold in Florida and, as usual, Twitter is not having it.
Here are a few of the best #FloridaWinter memes from the social media platform:
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