New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Observatory is the place for some truly alarming weather discoveries. This place has always been a place where weather observers make the most shocking revelations and tell us how fun and challenging time can be with nature.
Back in 1934, this place even recorded he fastest wind gust ever recorded on the surface of the Earth – a whopping 231 miles per hour.
Anyhow, right now we are here to see an amazing video weather observer Tom Padham and Intern Greg who have stepped outside for a bit of fun on the coldest day so far this season, with winds gusting up to 105 mph and a wind chill approaching -40°F!
What they called as a bit of fun is a truly chilling video, in all senses!