BU Today takes us inside New England's other weather station, the one atop the Great Blue Hill, which has been recording the weather longer than any other station, even the more famous one atop Mt. Washington:
The hilltop often gets some serious weather. In New Englandâ€™s notorious Hurricane of 1938, the observatory recorded a wind gust of 186 miles per hour, the highest ever recorded in the United States. After another of last yearâ€™s blizzards, Fitzgerald spent more than 48 hours straight at the summit.