Down links continues…

2007-04-28 15:43:11.000 – The Summit Crew,  Mount Washington Observatory


Though updates have been slow on the website, the work at the summit has gone on mainly as routine through some technical challenges, most still stemming from the storm two weeks ago. We appreciate your patience, but must make our readership aware that more outages are likely in the days ahead.

While comments and blogs are important for our membership, we also understand that our exclusive 36 hour summits outlook has become an important tool for area climbers. This product may unfortunately also experience outages in the coming days. In the mean time, there is an additional forecast put out by the National Weather Service that can help plan your outdoor experiences in the White Mountains.Please click here for that info.

As for the weather on the peak, it is very much spring-like. Temperatures have been around 40F for the last 24 hours, with thick fog, and relatively light winds. We have seen a slow demise to the snow-pack around the peak, but much of it has held strong, especially in the large, dense snowfields that formed in the last storms.

Hopefully we’ll iron everything out in the coming days … thanks for bearing with us!


The Summit Crew,  Mount Washington Observatory

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