8th April 2018
Continuing mild (double figure temps at sea level again), with a generally stable spring snowpack. The main snowline is around 700m and reasonably good cover above this height, but becoming patchy at all levels. Some recent cornice collapse noted today in the Fannaichs, triggering a slab avalanche on the scarp slope in one instance. Below are some photos showing the extent of the snowpack in the North West.
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