(Daily Mail) While snow is not unheard of in Hawaii, officials said the blanket at Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area on Maui is likely the first for any state park. And it wasn't just about the snow. It was the wind. Put the two together, and they found some blizzard-type conditions. The National Weather Service says gusts hit nearly 70 mph in some areas. Local media reports that trees were toppled on several islands along with power outages and roof damage, and one man was injured when a utility pole crashed on his vehicle.
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