Ymka Snow Mountain in Kona, Hawaii, has been receiving a lot of snow this winter and snowfall totals have been climbing.
In the winter of 2017-2018, the city recorded over 5.5 feet of snowfall, according to NASA.
In the last week, the City of Kanahele, Hawaii recorded 5.4 feet of precipitation.
On Tuesday, Kona recorded 5 to 6 inches of rain, according the Kona Fire Department.
This is just one of many examples of snow that has been recorded in Hawaii this winter.
This past Saturday, a large hail storm hit the area, bringing down trees and power lines and causing minor damage.
The City of Pahoa recorded 10 to 20 inches of snow over the course of the day, with the city’s mayor stating that the city was “getting close to a foot” of snow in the mountains.
As of Monday, there were more than 50 inches of fresh snow on the ground, according NOAA.
In other areas of Hawaii, the temperature was below freezing at 7 degrees Fahrenheit on Tuesday.