Hawaii Gets Blizzard Warning, Climate Cult Does Their Thing

This happens periodically in Hawaii, though, of course, the headline (which is portrayed in a similar manner at many outlets) is mean to climate fearmonger

The lower 48 U.S. states are light on snow but Hawaii has a blizzard warning

As of Friday morning, only two states in the U.S. have blizzard warnings — and they are Alaska and Hawaii. Yes, you read that correctly. In fact, more snow has fallen in Hawaii this season than in Denver, Colorado.

Hawaii’s blizzard warnings are a bit rarer. According to the Iowa mesonet data site, it’s been 1,347 days (over 3.5 years) since the last blizzard warning was been issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) in Honolulu.

The weather service is forecasting up to a foot (30 cm) of snow or more with winds gusting up to 100 mph (161 kph) through the weekend for the Big Island summits.

Hawaii’s two mountain peaks, Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, both which sit at more than 13,000 feet above sea level, are the only two locations that see snow annually in Hawaii.

So, it does happen. It’s usual for the peaks to have snow every year, while blizzards are less common. So, we get

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OK, that’s enough, though there are plenty more to provide a laugh at the cultists.

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One Response to “Hawaii Gets Blizzard Warning, Climate Cult Does Their Thing”

  1. JGlanton says:

    I’ve gotten stuck overnight at the observatories on the Big Island and on Haleakala several times due to snow in the 90’s and early 00’s. One of our guys slid off the icy road on Haleakala and rolled his car and was injured.
    Only a fool thinks weather is climate change.

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