A baffling snowstorm covered the summit of the Mauna Kea, a dormant Hawaiian volcano located about 4205 meters above the sea.
The snow coincides with the unprecedented heat wave that has engulfed Hawaii with temperatures being up to 20 times above the norm this July.
A summer snow storm struck on Friday July 17, 2015 at Mauna Kea volcano in Hawaii. The summit got covered by 5.8 centimeters of snow.
The cameras installed at the summit of the volcano caught this unusual phenomenon that usually occurs in winter months.
The storm, combined with very low temperatures overnigh, caused this extraordinary phenomenon.
Eerie as Hawaii is experiencing one of the hottest July in its history!
Our planet is really going weirder and weirder! Strange summer weather phenomenon!