Ice, Wind, Lightning: How to Survive Mount Washington Weather Observer

This is part of the 2018 summer road trip series and shows what happens when people mix everyday technologies into meaningless situations.


I do not have Tom Padam See soft ball size ice chip.

It is so bad that his back got worn. In addition to insult to injury, he dropped a bucket 3 feet high used to collect precipitation. It jumped out in the blowing snow like wind, fog, strong wind socks. It was necessary to follow the length of the football field around rocks and sunken structures at the top of Washington capital of Washington State, New Hampshire to the bucket.

This is part of the worst weather of the planet you will be attacking at nearly any time of the year at winter conditions, the risk you take when it is a weather observer at the outpost. A freezing accident occurred in April. The expanded Parker provided some padding, but it was not enough.

"I was contused in about a week, black and blue on the back," Padam says.

Despite its solid and compact structure, it was also knocked down.

"30-year-old weatherman Padham, a weather observer in the state of New Jersey states," During the winter, winds of 100 km / h can be seen once a week, "he said.

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