Travelers are being urged to be careful after the state reported its first snowfall of the winter in the state’s north.
The storm has also prompted the cancellation of the next two U.S. holidays.
The National Weather Service has issued the following travel advisories:Hawaii is now experiencing a 2 to 5 inch of snowfall.
It is expected to continue for the next few days.
As of 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Hawaii was experiencing 4 to 6 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Services.
The snowstorm has caused significant delays for thousands of residents of the state.
It also has prompted the closure of the entire state’s major airports and highways.
The Hawaii Airports Authority has canceled all scheduled flights for the state and said it will not reopen until further notice.HARTFORD, Conn.
— Snow fell in New England Wednesday and parts of the Northeast, including Boston and New York, are expected to receive more.
Deval Patrick declared a state of emergency as the region continues to brace for the snowfall, the Boston Globe reported.
MassDOT and local officials have urged residents to stay inside.
Governor Deval P. Patrick has declared a State of Emergency for New England.
The Governor’s Office of Emergency Management says snowfall in New Hampshire and New Jersey is expected at the highest levels, and the snow is expected in Connecticut as well.