Many people may not be aware of this: http://www.mountwashington.org/weather/arvtp/
The data are interesting to weather buffs and those thinking of skiing Tucks, among others. What very few people know is how much planning and equipment went into gathering these temperatures. (I'm not patting my back, my predecessors got this project started.) A solar panel, thermoprobe, datalogger, radio, and tripod are mounted at thousand foot increments along the Mt Wash Auto Road (plus base and 4000' elevations). The temperature at each site is collected and radioed to a relay on top of Wildcat Mtn, where it is passed on to Mt Washington. The info is processed and submitted to our website by way of an 18 mile wireless link with our office in North Conway.
These are the kinds of projects we'll be ramping up with the support of our members.