Wild weather: Snow in Hawaii during record-breaking hot July

July 2015HAWAII It sounds unbelievable, but it really did snow this week in Hawaii, in the midst of a heat wave that has broken multiple records for July. A light snow fell on Mauna Kea Friday morning. The summit of the dormant volcano is 13,796 feet above sea level.
The Star Advertiser reports that it is a rare event, but not unheard of, according to a local meteorologist. Many areas of the state faced flooding from storms that dumped heavy rain across the region. Hawaii is also in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave. The state has set high temperature records 20 times so far in July. Maybe the photos of snow will make local residents feel a bit cooler. –WSBTV
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3 Responses to Wild weather: Snow in Hawaii during record-breaking hot July

  1. Noirfifre says:

    Now this is something that I have never heard of before.


  2. Yes some very topsy turvy weather patterns around at the moment.. Thank you for these updates Alvin.. have a good week..


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