A cold snap has hit the South. The snap has dropped temperatures into the 30's and 40's all the way into South Florida. The cold snap is also causing an unusual problem in the Sunshine State, falling iguanas according to fox44news.com.

The National Weather Service even had to put out an alert to be aware of the situation. The cold isn't killing the animals but it is stunning them as they are used to warmer climates. Once temperatures get back to normal, they'll wake up and all will be right with the world.

But until the warm up happens, Florida residents have to keep an eye out when walking under a tree as the reptiles could fall on them. They are not dangerous to humans so no one has to worry about an iguana attack.

The cold snap is over East Texas right now. Luckily, we don't have to worry about falling iguanas while running our errands.