A Hawaiian State Park Got A Blanket Of Snow....Yes, You Read That Correctly

Look at these clips from Maui808 on instagram and KHON2 News of a snow storm that covered Polipoli State Park in a blanket of white for maybe the first time in recorded history. In this article from geek.com, they go on to report It could also be the lowest elevation snow ever recorded in the state. (6200 foot elevation). Even the access roads up to the famed summit of Haleakala National Park remain closed due to" roads are icy and visibility is low and there is no place to safely turn around. There is no power to the park as well." Wow! I've been fortunate to travel to this amazing Island a couple of times and visited these parks. Even though temperatures at the summit of Haleakala (about 10,000 feet) can get down to about 30F, It is extremely rare to see accumulating snow. More details on the story HERE.

 
 
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