Wow got nine numbers tonight and all in good places,need two numbers for the C,will see what tomorrow brings.We are having warm weather in the high 50's and maybe even a 60 will see.Good luck all and enjoy your weather if it's good.
Oh yes, ma'am, we have snow in Hawaii. On the Big Island, where the volcano is still spewing lava into the ocean, there are two tall mountains, the Mauna Loa and the Mauna Kea. From the Mauna Loa, there are many volcanic vents and fissures where the lava can chose to flow. On the other side of the island, we have Mauna Kea, where the temperature can plunge really low and we have snow falling during this time of the year. You can literally get up early in the morning, drive up to the Mauna Kea top, ski some, then drive down to the sea and surf some , all in one day! The Hawaii that most tourists see is concentrated on Oahu, where you find Honolulu and its iconic Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach; Maui, where its famous resort town is Ka'anapali, famous golf courses of Wailea and the summit of Haleakala can be found; and Kauai, the wettest island is gaining some fame since hurricane Iniki. The big Island does get some tourism in its two major towns: Hilo fis famous for the Mac nut farms, anthurium, Volcano National Park. For some of us who are older , we may remember the Tsunami of 1960, when Hilo was inundated with this huge wave coming in from its bay front. And for the sports minded, Kona is world famous for the Ironman Triathlon race.