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Parts Of Hawaii Could Be Blanketed In A Foot Of Snow This Weekend

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Courtesy KGMB

MAUNA KEA, HAWAII — The summits of two famed Hawaii volcanoes, Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, were covered in a fresh coat of early December snow.

A winter storm warning has been put in place for parts of Hawaii that are over 8,000 feet in elevation, according to CBS affiliate KGMB. They could see 20-30 inches of snow by Saturday.

The heavy snowfall has caused several closings, including the road to the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Hiking and overnight camping is also prohibited throughout the snowy areas.

1 Comment

  • Benny Hill

    But but but … the government-funded “scientists” are telling us the earth is warming. Man-caused climate change is a hoax. Quick buying the government’s lies. They want more control and more of your money.

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