WATCH: Mount Washington Winds Turn Boiling Water Into Instant Snow
It might be cold in the lower elevations in New Hampshire, but it's extremely cold on Mount Washington.
Weather observers decided to have a little fun with the extreme temperatures.
Thursday morning around 6 observer Adam Gill donned a yellow shell jacket over an Eastern Mountain Sports parka and braved the cold to show everyone what it's like to turn boiling water into snow.
At the time, the mountain had hurricane force winds and temperatures of -31 degrees. An hour after the Observatory posted the video on its Facebook page, it already had more than 1,000 shares.
The Observatory said the lowest wind chill it calculated was -89 degrees around 4 a.m. Winds reached 116 mph and a new daily record low of -34 degrees was hit Thursday morning. The previous daily record low of -31 degrees happened in 1933.