100 degree wind chill expected in New Hampshire

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The Mount Washington Observatory in North Conway reported freezing fog, blowing snow, and 92 miles per hour winds at the summit of the mountain early Saturday morning.

New England's highest summit is one of the most frigid places in the world this weekend, with a recorded wind chill of -89 degrees. A deadly winter storm paralysed much of the eastern United States on Tuesday, snarling travel and shutting down federal offices in Washington, and forecasters warned of the worst cold in two decades from another arctic front this week. In fact, according to the latest data available from the Curiosity rover on Mars, Mount Washington feels colder than the surface of our celestial neighbor, which was measured at -78 degrees.

A mountain peak in New Hampshire will experience temperatures falling to 100 degrees below zero due to wind chill, a group of meteorologists announced Friday.

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It was just 2 degrees from the coldest locations, Yakutsk, Russia, and Eureka, Nunavut, which recorded -38, according to the weather observer.

Along with extreme temperatures is wind at the summit, which is 6,288 above sea level.

December 28, the observatory recorded a daily record temperature of minus 34.

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