Hawaii may be known for its picturesque beaches, but a weekend storm left parts of the Aloha State looking like a scene from the Arctic Circle.
Snow blanketed parts of Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area on the island of Maui on Sunday, which is likely a first for any state park in the state.
"Polipoli State Park, at 6,200 feet they reported snow. that is pretty rare for Maui obviously," National Weather Service Meteorologist Melissa Dye told KHON2. "I had talked to a ranger this morning and he said they had 4-foot drifts. Very impactful."