An 82 Degree Temperature Change? That's What Happened on NH's Highest Peak
The summit of Mount Washington is getting a whiplash-like temperature swing after an incredible 82 degree difference in less than a week.
Just six days after setting a daily record low of -38 degrees Jan. 6, the Mount Washington Observatory reported the summit is now seeing a daily record high of 44 degrees Fahrenheit on Jan. 12.
The 82 degree swing comes less than a week apart.
People from all over the country commented on the Facebook post comparing the temperatures from their own hometowns.
Some people decided to find humor in the dramatic swing in temperatures.
New Hampshire's highest peak is know for its wild weather. On Jan. 6, it was the second coldest place on Earth.
On Dec. 28, the mountain recorded a new daily low of -34 degrees and the observers had some fun making instant snow.