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    so like is it windy there right now?

    thank you for the site!

    does anyone know what is the size of the largest hail stones known to have fallen on the mountain and when?

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    Quote Originally Posted by el starchild chill will
    so like is it windy there right now?
    You can view up to the date weather data on the home page for the MWO.

    Click here:
    http://www.mountwashington.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by el starchild chill will
    so like is it windy there right now?

    thank you for the site!

    does anyone know what is the size of the largest hail stones known to have fallen on the mountain and when?

    hey cool, i'm from CT also, Torrington.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el starchild chill will
    does anyone know what is the size of the largest hail stones known to have fallen on the mountain and when?
    Mt. Wash is not really known for its hail. In the summer, thunderstorms are usually disrupted by the mountain, and strong winds and large hail don't usually accompany thunderstorms. I've seen hail up there a few times, but never bigger than pea size.

    Contrary to what you would think eh! I guess the one exception with thunderstorm winds was in 2004, when I remember reading that they hit 122 in one gust in a t-storm!

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    Speaking of t-storms, how's NM's drought coming? The GOES IR channel has shown a steady stream of moist advection off Baja over NM for the last 5 weeks or so. Are you getting caught up to annual average precip, finally, or still running way behind? Mt Wash is about to get some of the Baja and Gulf moisture when the next MCS shoves a stationary front north from Laconia-Pellston, where it's been languishing all morning.

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