On the first official day of fall, it looked and felt more like winter on New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington.
About an inch of snow fell from Thursday into Friday, and a wind gust of 100 miles per hour was reported on New England’s highest peak.
The Mount Washington Observatory on Friday posted several photos from the summit on Twitter that showed a glaze of ice and frost covering signs and surfaces, while icicles dangled from a road’s guardrails.
Observatory officials warned that snow and ice would continue into Saturday.