A strong storm has knocked out power, brought down tree branches and flooded coastal roads in Hawaii - and even brought snow.
Snow is not unheard of in mountainous parts of the tropical island chain, but officials said the coating at 6,200 feet at a park on Maui could mark the lowest-elevation snowfall ever recorded in the state.
The National Weather Service said gusts hit nearly 70mph in some areas.
The agency is warning over coastal flooding. A high-surf advisory was in effect for north and west-facing shores of several islands.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that trees were toppled on several islands along with power outages and roof damage.
Further reports said one man was injured when a utility pole crashed on his vehicle.