Yeah, you read that right.

The National Weather Service described the storm moving through Hawaii as "historic," bringing snow to possibly the lowest-ever recorded elevation in the state's history.

Snow does fall in Hawaii on occasion, but it's usually limited to Mauna Kea, the state's highest mountain. But this week, areas with elevation 10,000 feet and lower got a taste of snow -- and it wasn't just a slight dusting, either.

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CNN reported state officials saying snow fell at the Polipoli State Park in Maui, "for perhaps the first time ever" in a Hawaii state park.

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According to SFGate, this particular low-pressure storm came from the north, which made it unusually chilly. The storm started moving through Hawaii on Friday and continued throughout the weekend, causing damaging winds and flooding across the state. A 66-year-old California man reportedly died in "rough ocean conditions off northeast Maui" Friday due to the storm. According to the Washington Post, a 191-mph wind gust blew through Mauna Kea on Sunday, which one weather forecaster called "the strongest wind I've ever seen up there."