Slow moving frontal zone.

28th March 2021

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After a melt freeze cycle overnight, the snow pack has depleted and also seen some consolidation. Some wet snow instabilities remain especially on steeper high terrain. The slow moving frontal weather system will give us continuing mild temperatures for a day or two yet but cooler temperatures are expected later in the week.

Spidean Coire nan Clach, Beinn Eighe this morning.


Beinn Bhan, 896m, its white but not much ice around.

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