Mount Washington Regional Mesonet
The Mount Washington Regional Mesonet is a network of remote stations in and around the White Mountains that continuously collect weather data.
Sites transmit data to the website via solar-powered radio links, so while data is collected continuously, transmission may not be possible if prolonged foul weather has prevented sufficient power generation. If no data is displayed on the map, click on the site icon for the most recent transmission. The map will update automatically when the connection is restored.
Current within 2 hours
Not currently reporting
Site Photos: (click to enlarge)
The Mizpah, Tuckerman Ravine, and Lakes of the Clouds sites only transmit data once per day. During transmission, data will display on the map. At all other times, click on the site icon for the most recent transmission.
Data is currently only available in Imperial units of measurement.
Data transmission from the Tuckerman Ravine site is under the control of the Appalachian Mountain Club and Unites States Forest Service. The website is updated whenever possible.
The Cranmore site does not have an anemometer to measure wind speed and direction.