Hawaii is experiencing another major weather change.
Mauna Loa is one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, and it happened just weeks later. erupted for the first time The National Weather Service issued numerous warnings for winter storms on Hawaii’s Big Island in 38 years.
These warnings are in light of Mauna Loa’s “longest quiet period “Recorded.” The last eruption was in 1984According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the lava flow from the volcano smashed the largest settlement center by 4.5 miles.
The advisory warning remains in effect There will be snow and blowing snow conditions from Tuesday morning until 6 AM HST. Expect snow accumulations of up to 8 inches and wind gusts up to 120 mph.
According to FOX WeatherAs of Monday, there was ice and snow atop Mauna Kea. Although snow can occur on top of mountains, winter weather advisories and warnings have been issued for the entire area.
The NWS was forced to close down because of the damaging winds brought by the cold front. issue a high wind warning You can find portions of Kahoolawe (Lanai), Maui, Molokai and the Big Island.
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The severe weather conditions that were experienced more than 400 delays Hawaii News Now reports on individuals who are stranded in airports beyond Honolulu.
Hawaiian Electric reported It stated that it was working to restore power to Maui customers affected by the winter storms.