Weather Change on Mt. Washington

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Weather Change on Mt. Washington - Presidential Range
I shot this photograph in February from the 4062' summit of Wildcat D, which sits just east of Mount Washington. Thirty minutes prior to this shot the sky was 100 percent clear. Winds on the Washington summit were sustained between 70 - 100 mph and plumes of spindrift (windblown snow) several hundred feet high can be seen in this photo. Tuckerman Ravine is visible on the left side, Huntington Ravine is on the right. Thankfully winds were only about 15 mph where I was.
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Mt. Washington from Wildcat D summit in winter

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