The radical climate change movement continues to change its narrative.
It started out as Global Warming.
Then it changed to Climate Change.
When weather backs up their claims they cite it.
When the weather doesn’t back up their claims they claim weather doesn’t matter when discussing the Climate Change issue.
I’m sure they will find a way to spin this new development.
Hawaii is set to face a dangerous blizzard with more than a foot of snow this weekend.
It is fairly common for the highest elevations (above 11,000ft) in Hawaii to receive snow, which means the peaks of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea are often the most likely places to see it occur. However, Haleakala on Maui (10,023ft) does observe snow about once every 2-3 years.
— NWS Weather Prediction Center (@NWSWPC) December 2, 2021
This weekend, Hawaii faces a dangerous blizzard as more than a foot of snow is expected to fall with wind gusts over 100 mph.
“A cold front will move across the island chain tonight and Friday, then stall near the Big Island Saturday,” the National Weather Service (NWS) in Honolulu tweeted. “Low pressure will drop down toward the state later in the weekend and into early next week, with wet weather expected across most of the state.”
NWS declared a blizzard warning for the Big Island summits through early Sunday morning.
“Travel could be very difficult to impossible,” NWS said. “Blowing snow will significantly reduce visibility at times, with periods of zero visibility.”
“The strong winds will likely cause significant drifting of snow,” it added.
Snow on the tropical island may surprise many but is common at higher elevations. However, blizzards are rare and come every 2-3 years.
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