Mist & Drizzle = Mizzle
13th January 2022
Not a great day for photos. Patchy light rain and drizzle resulted in poor visibility generally, with extensive hill fog above around 700m. However, the thaw continues and it was obvious that there was more snow loss in the last 24 hrs. The midday air temperature was 11.2C at sea level today. The snow cover is patchy and stable throughout.
(Above) The lower slopes of Toman Coinnich in the Fannaichs this morning, as seen through a heavy drizzle.
(Above) Meall an t-Sithe; a lovely 600m ‘viewpoint’ hill in the Fain area of the Fannaichs.
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