A Damp Cloudy Day
22nd January 2022
Today was a day of constant light rain and cloud with a moderate South-Westerly wind, making it feel quite damp on the hill! There were very few views as the cloud base remained stubbornly around 500m for most of the day. The freezing level was above the summits and any remaining snow patches are continuing to thaw. Most areas are bare ground with snow patches mainly confined to coire rims and gullies on North to East aspects. Tomorrow is a similar day with stronger winds, the freezing level will be lower than today and it is possible precipitation will turn to snow on the highest summits however any amounts will be very small. It is due to turn colder on Monday with the possibility of some snow showers, remaining colder on Tuesday.
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