Frigid Temps Make Mount Washington The 2nd Coldest Place On Earth
Record cold temperatures sweeping across the northeast are expected to linger throughout the weekend.
The Mount Washington Observatory says on its Facebook page that the temperatures at the summit of Mount Washington reached minus 36 degrees at 6 a.m. on Saturday, tied with Armstrong, Ontario.
Mount Washington was only 2 degrees shy of the coldest recorded place on earth!
This brutal cold front attracted national attention when The New York Times sent out an alert stating wind chills in the Granite State could reach minus 100 degrees.
First of all, insane. Second, great alert pic.twitter.com/e7nFzxa5fA— Sam Dolnick (@samdolnick) January 6, 2018
So cold, it froze the reporter's eyelashes.