After A Blizzard, Hawaii Get Covered With 8-Inches Of Snow Overnight

After A Blizzard, Hawaii Get Covered With 8-Inches Of Snow OvernightHawaii is a known Paradise to all, and now you can build a snowman in there, as a massive blizzard occurred on the paradisiacal island in the North Pacific Ocean.

In an overnight snowstorm, the paradise island’s peak has been converted into an ice chunk, as 8-inches of snowfall occur within few hours. The news of a blizzard was in the news quite sometimes, and it hits the summit of the island’s highest peak, Mauna Kea, and covers the big island with snow.

According to the weather report, most of the snow fell on Tuesday and continue through Wednesday morning, and there was also a blizzard to strike on the Mauna Kea and its sister peak of Mauna Loa on Thursday. While the peaks receive heavy snow and the rest of the places receives heavy rainfall, and in some places, such as in Oahu and Kauai have attained some flash floods, but the temperature remains high as 70 to 80 degrees.

The weather service also confirmed the snow on Mauna Kea, as due to it falls inside of the sub-Arctic region at the height of 13,802 feet, it will always be a subject to snow. Both the sister peaks cover with snow at some point in December, and both being in the sub-Arctic region making snow possible, but both the peaks are active volcanic, while Mauna Kea being the highest among the sisters.

As per the recorded history of both the mountain peaks, the lowest temperature recorded was 12 degrees in May 1979 on Mauna Kea.

Share this post

Post Comment