Cloudy and Mild
26th February 2021
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The thawing conditions continue. The snowpack is generally wet and patchy, particularly at lower to mid levels, with most snow remaining above 800m on NW to NE aspects. Southerly aspects are mostly bare.
I drove through the Torridon forecast area from the Fannaichs in the north to the Applecross hills in the south for snow distribution observations. Unfortunately, it was more cloudy the further south and west I went…!
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