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Learn More About Us Mount Washington Observatory is a private, nonprofit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create Earth’s weather and climate. About Us Our History News Mount Washington's location creates extraordinary weather extremes unlike anywhere on earth. Observer Blog Stories of Impact Research A partner of choice for mountain meteorology and climate science. Learn More Contact Us Educational Programs Sharing the science and wonder of Mount Washington, The Home of the World's Worst Weather. Learn More Contact Us Live Streaming Webcams Enjoy these live streaming views, looking out from the Mount Washington Observatory tower, and the eastern flank of Mount Washington Webcams Weather Check out all the ways you can discover the weather! Weather Volunteer Discover all the volunteer opportunities that are available. Learn More about Volunteer Opportunities Mount Washington Observatoryadm_mwobs2023-11-01T15:52:27-04:00 Last Updated: SUMMIT CONDITIONS Temperature: Wind Chill: Wind Speed: Gust: : Direction: : Switch to Metric VIEW WEBCAMSCURRENT SUMMIT CONDITIONSHIGHER SUMMITS FORECASTUPCOMING EVENTSScience in the Mountains: The Science of SolarDecember 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmOBSERVATORY ONLINE SHOPWe really appreciate all who are excited about our work and want to support what we do. The only official online places to purchase Mount Washington Observatory merchandise are at our online stores.OBSERVER BLOG 2211, 2023Adjusting to Life on the Summit By Charlie Peachey Working on the summit of Mount Washington is not your average job. ThereSince Our Founding In 1932, Education Has Been Integral To Our Mission.Science in the MountainsOur monthly virtual lecture series features experts on weather and climate topics.Extreme Mount Washington MuseumExtreme Mount Washington delivers the science and excitement of a Mount Washington experience.Gladys Brooks Memorial LibraryGladys Brooks Memorial Library features a large collection of materials related to the White Mountains, the Arctic, and the Antarctic.Featured Impact Story A Classroom on the Tallest Peak of New England A Classroom on the Tallest Peak of New England By Brian Fitzgerald Eighth grade students from Whitefield, NH visit the summit of Mount Washington in late May. Beginning this spring, Mount Washington Observatory (MWOBS) staff have been rolling out an expanded suite of school-based programs throughout the region, thanks in part to a bequest from the Sheldon Family Estate. The gift allows the Observatory to develop and assess K-12 educational programs based on needs and interests expressed by teachers, administrators, students, and families. During conversations with these groups, the need for experiential, hands-on learning was a common refrain.adm_mwobs2023-10-02T16:18:53-04:00July 1st, 2023|Read MoreVisit Mount Washington And Our Summit Partners Loading... Mt. Washington Auto Road Book Your Adventure Tour Today! Book Now Learn More The Mount Washington Cog Railway Ride the Cog to the Summit of Mount Washington, New England's highest peak located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. 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We proudly align with respected organizations to achieve shared goals in education, research, marketing, diversity, and workforce training and business development.Partner With Us Mount Washington Observatory is a private, nonprofit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create Earth’s weather and climate. It serves this mission by maintaining a weather station on the summit of Mount Washington, performing weather and climate research, conducting innovative science education programs, and interpreting the heritage of the Mount Washington region. Our weather station is located on the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire, at Mount Washington State Park.Toggle NavigationWeatherCurrent Summit ConditionsHigher Summits ForecastMount Washington WeatherRegional WeatherMount Washington Regional MesonetWeather ResourcesMount Washington Weather ArchivesPDF Printable ForecastWebcamsObservation Deck CameraTower CameraWildcat CameraEducationStudent, Teacher & Youth ProgramsDistance LearningSchool VisitsField TripsProfessional DevelopmentArctic WednesdaysEducational ResourcesSummer ProgrammingAdult & General ProgramsScience in the MountainsOvernight EdutripsDistance LearningPartner-Led Climbing TripsWeather Station ToursExtreme Mount Washington MuseumGladys Brooks Memorial LibraryResearchCapabilities and RatesCurrent Research ProjectsProduct TestingRequest DataPast Research ProjectsNewsObserver BlogWindswept OnlineStories of ImpactNewsletterNewsroomAnnual ReportsAbout UsStaff and TrusteesOur HistoryPartnershipsCareers and InternshipsContact Us© Copyright 2023 | Mount Washington Observatory | All Rights Reserved | 603-356-2137 Search for: Page load link Sign up for our mailing list today! 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