Although we are still tracking some light snow and icy/snow covered roads, the biggest concern for the morning will be the frigid temperatures. We are starting off with temperatures a few degrees above/below zero. Due to a breezy wind this morning, our wind chill, or what it "feels" like is well below zero. Please bundle up with numerous layers as you head out this morning. You will likely need to keep all the layers on hand throughout the day as highs reach the teens and low 20s with lingering flurries possible. For a full look at the weekend, click on the "Weather" tab.
MOUNT WASHINGTON, N.H. (AP) - The winners of this year's Run to the Clouds race on New Hampshire's Mount Washington hail from Colorado.
Thirty-year-old Joe Gray captured the men's race Saturday after finishing second last year. Twenty-eight-year-old Shannon Payne took the women's field in her inaugural run up the Northeast's highest peak.
Both are from Colorado Springs.
More than 1,000 runners challenged the 7.6-mile ascent to the summit at 6,288 feet.
The mountain is home to some of the most extreme weather on Earth and once held the record for the highest wind speed recorded: 231 mph.
No worries this year: It was 61 degrees at the base when the race started and 36 degrees at the summit, with 35 mph winds creating a wind chill of about 25 degrees.
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