4th March 2022

It felt like spring today; warm in the sun with a light to moderate NW wind. The snowpack is well bonded, firm and stable throughout. Only the odd patch of snow remains below 600m. Good cover above 750m. Previously exposed and scoured aspects are bare.

Below are a few photos showing the extent of the current snow distribution in the northern part of our forecast area.

(Above) Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich and Sgurr Mor on the right.(Above) Looking across Loch a’ Bhraoin to Sgurr Breac on the left, Toman Coinnich and A’ Chailleach on the right. There was the odd light shower today, wintry at summit level.(Above) The lightest of a dusting of fresh snow is visible above 750m. on Toman Coinnich and A’ Chailleach.(Above) The Great Wilderness mountains of Beinn a’ Chlaidheimh and Beinn Dearg Mor on the right. Most snow remains on N through E to SE aspects.

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