Good Gig: Night Meteorologist On Mount Washington
Being the night meteorologist at the top of Mount Washington might not sound like a Good Gig for some people, but for Ryan Knapp, it's the perfect place to experience weather first hand. So what kind of person would be happy working at a place known for having the worst weather in the world?
Boiling water to snow in just seconds!
If you've ever been to the top of Mount Washington, you've likely experienced a somewhat windy day, but for the weather observers and meteorologists, 100 mph winds is commonplace.
Being on top of a mountain during the winter means 8 days in weather that might force you to stay a little longer, but Ryan says there's really no cabin fever up there.