The higher elevations of New Hampshire’s Presidential Range scored a fresh dusting of snow Friday night/early Saturday, thanks to plummeting temperatures and some lingering moisture over the mountains. This is by no means the earliest snow on record for the Mt. Washington region – snow has been recorded there in both July and August many times in the past. Still, it is a good sign that winter is well on its way.
A nice coat of sparkling rime also added to the wintry scene atop mighty Mt. Washington and its neighboring summits. The photo here was captured by the Mount Washington Observatory’s (MWO) very own webcam network. If you are interested in following the weather atop the northeast’s highest mountains, we encourage you to support the MWO’s great work with a membership or a donation.
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