2015-05-25 19:08:33.000 – Michael Dorfman, Weather Observer/IT Specialist
This shift has been exceptionally beautiful, with clear weather for the majority of the shift so far. With the Mount Washington Auto Road and Mount Washington Cog Railway fully open, we’re sharing this beautiful weather with many visitors to the summit as well! It’s nice to get back to some ‘warmer’ weather which, here on Mount Washington, starts when the mercury breaks 40 degrees.
While I do thoroughly enjoy the warmer weather, I really enjoyed the last part of this winter. Below is a compilation of some time lapses from the end of the winter through this spring.
Ellen Estabrook2023-11-08T07:34:12-05:00November 7th, 2023|Comments Off on A Glimpse at METAR Reports
A Glimpse at METAR Reports By Alexis George, Weather Observer & Meteorologist METAR observations are submitted every hour of every day at Mount Washington Observatory. METAR is a format for reporting weather information that gets
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