Real-time graph of all weather variables at the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
Higher Summits Forecast
Twice daily updated forecast for the higher summits of New Hampshire’s mountains.
Mount Washington Weather and Almanac
Current summit conditions, 24 hour statistics, and today’s almanac data, and yesterday’s weather.
Mount Washington Regional Mesonet
Real time data from each of our automated weather stations located throughout the White Mountains of New Hampshire
New Hampshire North and South Outlook
A generalized forecast for Northern and Southern New Hampshire
Mount Washington Valley Forecast
A forecast and extended outlook for the greater Mount Washington Valley Region
Mount Washington Weather Archives
A repository of monthly F6 forms, Normals, Means and Extremes, 1935-present temperature graph, and NCON3 co-op station.
Daily Regional Weather PDF
A PDF containing the Mount Washington Valley forecast, higher summits forecast, Auto Road Vertical Temperature Profile, morning conditions on Mount Washington, a recap of yesterday’s weather, and almanac data for today.
Amazon Alexa Skills
Use your Alexa enabled device to access the audio version of our higher summits forecast, or ask what the weather was on Mount Washington for any day since 1935!
Text weather, forecast, or radar to 603-356-2137 for the latest conditions.
Our weather services keep people and communities safe throughout the state Of New Hampshire and on visits to the White Mountains.
We offer detailed current conditions for Mount Washington and forecasts for all of the higher summits of New Hampshire as well as forecasts across our region. As a 90-year-old scientific organization dedicated to understanding the processes which shape the Earth’s weather and climate, our forecasts are universally trusted throughout New Hampshire and New England.
Imagery and Charts
Current Satellite Loop
Current Panel Forecast
Mount Washington Observatory is a private, nonprofit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create Earth’s weather and climate. It serves this mission by maintaining a weather station on the summit of Mount Washington, performing weather and climate research, conducting innovative science education programs, and interpreting the heritage of the Mount Washington region. Our weather station is located on the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire, at Mount Washington State Park.