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How researchers collect data on Mount Washington in extreme weather



Nancy Chen travels to New England’s highest peak where researchers collect vital weather data at the Mount Washington Observatory in the so-called “Home of the World’s Worst Weather.” She sees how they’ve been doing it in the extreme conditions for more than 90 years.

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  1. Thankful for such people loving and doing what they love in necessary important extra ordinary products and jobs such as the weather. Highly commendable. In it's accuracy can really be dettering factor from any unpleasant situations. Thank you all so much. ?

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