Blizzard Warning: A Foot Of Snow, 100-mph Winds Forecast - WoooW

Blizzard Warning: A Foot Of Snow, 100-mph Winds Forecast - WoooW

Blizzard Warning

A snowstorm caution is in impact for Hawaii's Big Island mountain summits.

At least 12 inches of snow are anticipated to fall withinside the location this weekend amid wind gusts of a hundred mph, the National Weather Service stated Saturday.

The caution will continue to be in the region till as a minimum early Sunday morning.

The National Weather Service warned in opposition to visiting the area, announcing it "can be very hard to impossible."

“Blowing snow will notably lessen visibility at times, with durations of 0 visibility,” the organization stated.

The caution simplest applies to Hawaii’s tallest peak, Mauna Kea, which is 13,803 toes, in addition to Mauna Loa, the second-tallest at 13,679 toes.

The snow is a part of a climate sample forecast to carry heavy rain, large swells, and flooding to decrease elevations throughout the islands this weekend, NBC associate KHNL suggested Friday.

The National Weather Service’s prediction middle stated it’s not unusual to place to look at snow above 11,000 toes in Hawaii. The state’s third-tallest peak, Haleakala, which stands at simply over 10,000 toes, simplest data snow each to 3 years.

Parts of Alaska's Yukon Delta also are anticipated to look whiteout situations with 70 mph winds, blowing snow, and a mild accumulation of the latest snowstorm, the National Weather Service stated.

More iciness climate is anticipated withinside the decrease forty-eight this weekend, with forecasters calling for a swath of heavy snowstorm throughout the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes.

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