Hawaii snow

Usually the snow is not associated with the Hawaiian Islands, especially not in the middle of June. But precipitation in the form of snow fell on Mauna Kea, the highest peak in Hawaii, where located the world-famous astronomical Observatory.

The snow was a result of the low temperatures of the upper level and high downpours, according to the National weather service. Although the “white fluff” on this mountain is not uncommon, officials say that the snowfall this time of year is quite abnormal.