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There are blizzards on Mt. Kenya.
Wow! Looks exactly like the global warming predicted by two great Nobel Prize winners.
The highest elevation on Maui is 10,000 feet. You can see the Big Island from there, and usually snow on Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa.
My father was one of the founders of the observatory on that mountain and further, I have been there in springtime back in 1989 and THERE WAS NO BLIZZARDS nor any snow.
You are correct. For half a decade during the Vietnam war (late 1960’s) my family lived on Oahu while my father was stationed at the Pearl Harbor Naval Station. We made several trips to the Big Island (Hawaii) and because my father was somewhat of a weather nut, he monitored the weather of the entire Hawaiian Island chain. I recall light snowfalls on Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea (rarely), but never a blizzard.
This Global Cooling is unprecedented!
The forecast is for up to 5″-8″ of snow on the highest peaks on Hawai’i. Also, near-record low temperatures are being reported:
It is very irritating how global warmists now assume that super cold record setting temperatures is normal. So no matter how bitter cold it is, they claim blandly ‘It is always this cold.’ El Stupido.
Or they claim that it is a product of Global Warming…
…which is even more irritating (and more stupid).
And they always, without exception, cherry pick one-day heat records anywhere in the world – as evidence of man made global warming.
Their lying game is dripping with double-standard hypocrisy.
This El Stupido says those two peaks are snow-capped every winter, and always have been. Go off and be irritated if you please. Aloha.
If I am not mistaken there was also a blizzard there on Christmas earlier this year also.
I’m laying on the beach in Kauai…its in the low 70s and mostly cloudy. It’s snowing up in the high mountains east of here. I wish I knew how to send pictures from my iPhone 4s to Real Science and I’d take a Hawaiian airlines flight over and 4wheel up to the summit
Just a little reminder why there’s glacial deposits on the top of Mauna Kea.
Global warming alarmist: “…… Okay, I didn’t see THAT one coming.”