The “Mount Washington Mascot Primary” race is heating up with only three days left until voting is open. Since the three candidates put their hats into the ring on Thursday, the fur has been flying and the claws are out as each one vies for the top position. According to an unofficial KMWN poll today, Marty is currently in the lead capturing 20% with Wilson and Sarah coming in at 10% and 60% claiming they are undecided for the time being. With such a huge portion of the national public coming in undecided, the race may come right down to the wire. But with such a tight race, the candidates have been campaigning heavily and been running a smear campaign at times.
Marty, the current leader in polls, is claiming that Sarah and Wilson are too inexperienced due to their young ages and that neither of them has proven their selves in the outside world, literally. Wilson is claiming that Marty is playing the “long-hair” card too heavily and Sarah is using the feminine card and mimicking her looks to that of her predecessor Nin. Sarah is claiming that Marty’s “free cheeseburgers and fish heads for everyone” will cost the obs way too much and will be voted down by summit staff with all the attachments it has to it. Sarah also claims that “Leave no mouse behind” sounds good on paper but the reality of it is there are still mice in the world and that this plan is failing the American people months after making such a bold claim.
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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