Parts Of Hawaii Are Covered In Snow – Design You Trust

Parts Of Hawaii Are Covered In Snow

The summits of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea on the big island in Hawaii were recently closed after snow created icy and unsafe conditions. When people think of Hawaii they normally think of sun and sandy beaches, but according to meteorologists around the world, more snow is on the way for Hawaii.

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