Why Is It Snowing In Hawaii? Global Warming Not To Blame As Powder Falls On State’s Highest Mountains | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Why Is It Snowing In Hawaii? Global Warming Not To Blame As Powder Falls On State’s Highest Mountains

Nestled smack in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and rightly considered a tropical paradise due to its soft-sand beaches, vacationers and Hawaii residents would normally believe they are completely free of anything even close to resembling snow.

Unfortunately, due to low-pressure levels providing freezing temperatures and moisture flying in from the southeast, as much as 20 to 30 inches of snow could cover Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa’s summits and a winter storm warning is in effect until Saturday evening for locations above 8,000 feet, CBS affiliate KGMB-TV reported Thursday.

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