Crazy Weather

2009-11-14 06:38:02.000 – Steve Welsh,  IT Observer

Another Sunrise

Something was badly wrong this morning. As I stepped outside just before 6am to take an observation I was greeted with thick wet fog and cool blustery conditions. Quite a shock and certainly not normal for this past week.

Joking aside the past few days have been very unusual for the summit especially considering it’s now mid November which, is typically the cloudiest month in New Hampshire. Since shift change last Wednesday we’ve had a run of very mild, calm, sunny weather with three spectacular sunsets and two equally nice sunrises. It’s been more like summer up here than early winter.

Now that the weekend is upon us the weather is switching over to rain, fog and wind. Still no snow in the immediate future as temperatures tomorrow will approach record highs of around 50 degrees. Crazy weather!


Steve Welsh,  IT Observer

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