4ft drifts and “snow like this has not been seen like this since 1952” says the rangers to khon2 channel’s correspondent.
Telescopes froze over
At the top of the volcano Kaleakala, telescopes of world importance were covered with ice.
“About 30 cm (12 inches) of snow fell,” said photographer Rob Ratkowski. “Buildings, observatories and fences are covered with ice.”
Thanks to tomOmason, Jay Hope, Jack Hydrazine, John Topal, Greg C. and Martin Siebert for this info
The post Hawaii – Such snowfall not seen since 1952 – Video appeared first on Ice Age Now.
via Ice Age Now
February 15, 2019 at 06:41PM