Cloudy and Mild
27th January 2023
The cloud base was around 600-800m. today, thick enough to give some drizzle, especially on the more coastal mountains. The freezing level was generally at or above the higher summits with a temperature of 7.6C in Torridon. Snow cover is now patchy, firm above 850m. and has good stability throughout.
(Above 3 photos) The Applecross hills of Beinn Bhan (896m.), Sgurr a’ Chaorachain (792m.) and Meall Gorm (710m.) Good to see some work for the yard at Loch Kishorn.
(Above 2 photos) The summit of Sgurr a’ Chaorachain. Not much snow left around the rim of Coire a’ Chaorachain. Real time weather data from this mast is available on the Met Office site; https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/observations/gf5yws93h
(Above 2 photos) The cloud covered coastal mountains of Beinn Alligin (986m.) and Mullach an Rathain (1023m.) west end of Liathach, which dominates the village of Torridon at the head of Upper Loch Torridon.
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