Solid State Vittles: Pro-tip, subby: At elevations high atop the Big Island, you can expect to see snow given the elevation is two miles high, and precipitation is common on all of the Hawaiian Islands. Enjoy your trip!
Intelligent_Donkey: Who cares what the weather is, you're still in Hawaii.
sendtodave: Global warming thread?
dbirchall: Next time you're driving a 4WD in 4LO, 1st gear, and you hit hard black ice and slide off an icy 15%+ grade at 12,500' above sea level, miles from the nearest emergency response, just remember, "Who cares what the weather is!" (But at least they finally bought us studded tires now!)
Laobaojun: I was totally hoping for brief flurries at sea level. Lived there for a few years and tired of those smug b@st#rds when I am shoveling snow.
relaxitsjustme: I saw the headline and figured it was dbirchall. If you do get a fair amount of snow I look forward to your follow up when some skier/snowboarder fails to stop before it turns to rocks Nissans.
Captain Swoop: Subby works at Mauna Kea?/one of those dream career paths that went out the window with my first marriage...
dbirchall: Eh, 2.6, but close enough. And of course, this being my tenth winter working up there
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