Pasta freezes in the air atop Mount Washington

ANTOINETTE: THIS MORNING WAKE-UP CALL FROM MOUNT WASHINGTON. OBSERVERS ON NEW ENGLAND’S HIGHEST PEAK TAKEN THIS PHOTO Yesterday to show how COLD IT IS. THIS IS WHEN THE WIND CHILL DROPS TO 64 DEGREES BELOW ZERO. ANTOINETTE: WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THIS YESTERDAY. THE OBSERRV BROHTUG A PLATE OF PASTA FOR BREAKFAST. IN THE SUITE WAS WHEN HE –

WATCH: Scientist uses sub-zero temperatures to freeze a plate of spaghetti in midair

Parts of New England were so cold Tuesday morning that it was difficult to even get breakfast. An observer from the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire found a spot away from the 65 mph winds for a meal of leftover pasta, but couldn’t take a bite before freezing completely in the temperature. air 30 below. The fork was hanging in the air between the frozen noodles on what could be one of the coldest days of winter.

Parts of New England were so cold Tuesday morning that it was difficult to even get breakfast.

An observer from the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire found a spot away from the 65 mph winds for a meal of leftover pasta, but couldn’t take a bite before freezing completely in the temperature. air 30 below.

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Mount Washington Observatory

The fork was hanging in the air between the frozen noodles on what could be one of the coldest days of winter.