Summer is Comming to an End

2012-08-24 17:09:22.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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August is quickly coming to a close for us here on the Summit. When I return for my next shift it will be September and things will be quieter. As the last days of summer are quickly coming to a close, students are heading back to school and fall is just around the corner. With the wonderful weather we are having and should continue to have for the weekend now is the time for a pre-back to school visit to the summit. What better way to kick off the year then to learn about Mount Washington’s weather. If for numerous reasons you are not able to make it to the summit not to worry. You can still stop by our Weather Discovery Center in North Conway. With fun interactive exhibits you are guaranteed to walk away having learned something new.

 

Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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