When it gets cold every winter, Hawaii becomes an increasingly popular retreat.
But climate experts in the Aloha State told USA TODAY on Monday that tourists cannot escape climate change – not even on the islands, where 60-foot waves and wind gusts up to 191 mph were part of a fierce weekend storm that downed power lines and felled trees.
The weather became so dangerous, the Hawaii Tourism Authority advised tourists not to surf, hike or swim.
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