Winter Wonderland

2013-10-26 17:40:58.000 – Pratik Patel,  Summit Intern

Mt. Clay, Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Adams, Mt. Madison

Having the summits engulfed in fog for several hours this morning, we finally caught a lucky break and got an opportunity to see the presidentials with snow and rime on them. However, as the Alberta Clipper to the north of our location passes by, a cold front will move through the region bringing foggy conditions, bitter cold winds and snow showers back to the summits. Still, we did get a chance to enjoy this unmistakable view of the mountains and admire the beauty of Mt. Washington’s extreme weather.


Pratik Patel,  Summit Intern

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