In some parts of the world, it’s cold this week:
Wow, the temp is 18 degrees. In SC in Nov. Beyond brrrrrr
— Anthony Spann (@thefire3A) November 28, 2013
Anniston tied a record low of 20 degrees this morning. Record was set in 1950 and again in 1956. #alwx
— Charles Daniel (@CharlesDanielWx) November 28, 2013
@DoreenHDickson In NJ, where it's only 4 degrees warmer than JAX! Brrrr.
— Lolly Ekdahl (@LMEkdahl) November 28, 2013
ITS 34 EFFIN DEGREES.. I live in Florida, what the actual fuck ??
— Caroline Riley (@Carrraaa) November 28, 2013
It's snowing motherfuckers pic.twitter.com/QqFRWu0HFM
— Lulu Suarez-Barcena (@lulusflorez) November 28, 2013
This phenomenon used to be known as “weather,” but today it’s known as “climate change.” Meanwhile, the Arctic ice cap is expanding. It should come as no surprise that some tweeters have begun to worry about global cooling.
Global Cooling~Atlanta to see coldest Thanksgiving in 100 years – CBS Atlanta News http://t.co/FsZV4NxQzX
— Bumpy7 (@SwayzeGuy) November 28, 2013
@ConnorMcDonough global cooling!
— Karen. (@carewrenn) November 28, 2013
I know it's Wisconsin, but 7 degrees this morning?! This keeps up and we'll be talking about #globalcooling.
— Russ Brewer (@flyfishnsilly) November 27, 2013
Last thanksgiving a light jacket was enough to keep you warm. Today however, the subzero jacket makes an appearance. Global cooling?
— StrawberryAlarmclock (@SingInTheRine) November 28, 2013
— St. Gillard (@St_Gillard) November 27, 2013
I'm pretty sure I just lost six toes going outside to burn. I think we need to stop using gas guys were starting global cooling ❄???
— Rob (@Rob_Romeo) November 27, 2013
— Captain Alabama (@CaptainAlabama) November 28, 2013
— Michael Como (@SciComo) November 28, 2013
Actually, greenhouse gases are supposed to warm the earth. So do your part for the environment: Get out there and drive your pollution-spewing truck!