You’re likely not going to have a problem with the snow in Hawaii, but how much of a problem it is depends on where you live.
For instance, if you live in the southern half of the state, the snow is mostly mild, according to a survey conducted by the US Geological Survey.
But if you’re living in the north, the amount of snow you’re likely to encounter will be much more severe.
It’s the difference between a snowfall of 5cm and a 10cm accumulation.
If you’re going to ski in the south, you’ll be lucky to get one to two centimetres per hour of snow, while if you get a snow fall of 30cm or more, it’s likely to be catastrophic.
The most important thing to remember is that the average snowfall in Hawaii is about a quarter of an inch, according the USGS.
This is the average number of centimetre-thick snow that a typical snowpack will have.
The average snow in the state has been in the low 40s for much of the year, so the snowpack is still fairly fresh.
The biggest difference is in the amount that’s left.
Most resorts in Hawaii will have about 50cm of snow left over after a snowstorm.
This includes resorts that were closed during the storm, such as the Waikiki resort and the Big Island resort.
But it also includes resorts with more than 10,000 skiers that are closed.
If the snow isn’t quite as fresh, you can expect to see the snow to be in the mid-50s.
If it’s too fresh, resorts will be closed and you’ll need to pack in more gear.
It may not be possible to get a full snowpack, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.