As if extreme hot is not scary enough, we have the world’s fastest wind on earth – The Mount Washington in the United States. Extreme windy is not the only concern here. Its temperature can drop to as low as -40 degrees and the continuously heavy snowfalls make it become one of the world’s deadliest peak.
6288 feet above sea level, located some 130 miles north of Boston is one of the favorite spots for adventure seekers. It has killed above 150 peoples since 1849 according to unofficial record. One of the reason is that of its extreme weather. The temperature can go as high as 56 degrees and as low as -40 degrees.