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Hawaii recorded what may be the lowest elevation snow in state history
Snow falls in Hawaii a few times a year in winter on the state's highest peak, Mauna Kea rising 13,803 elevation in feet, but the white stuff is rarely seen at elevations below 9,000 feet to 10,000 feet.
On Sunday, Maui's 10,ooo-foot Haleakala received a thick dusting and snow also accumulated at 6,200 feet in Polipoli State Recreation Area.
Officials at the Department of Land and Natural Resources say this could mark the lowest-elevation snowfall ever recorded in the state.
"This storm was uncharted territory for us," says Melissa Dye, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Honolulu.
"I spoke to a ranger at Haleakala and he couldn't confirm how much snow had fallen because it was blowing around so much," says Dye. "Same thing on Mauna Kea."
derp, tim, nobody says the climate isnt changing, its just not caused by man and runaway warming isnt happening
you seem purposely obtuse on the issue, is the kool aid that tasty?
get this: it's called "global warming" but it is currently ...COLD! take that libs :smugface:
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