An improving and clearing day.

7th January 2024

After the odd shower during the morning it was a dry day with light Northerly winds.

There is a thin layer of new snow on all aspects above around 750 metres. Some recently deposited windslab is present in sheltered areas, mainly on North-East through East to South aspects above 850 metres. Accumulations having gained depth are localised. The surface of the patchy old snowpack has refrozen, is hard and icy in places.

Little change is expected tomorrow.

(Above) Beinn Eighe: Creag Dhubh.

(Above) Beinn Lair and Slioch on the Northern side of Loch Maree.

(Above) Beinn Eighe: L to R Creag Dhubh, Sgurr Ban, Spidean Coire nan Clach and Ruadh-stac Beag.

(Above) Beinn Eighe: L to R Spidean Coire nan Clach, Ruadh-stc Beag and Ruadh-stac Mor.

(Above) Meall a’ Ghiubhais East slopes.

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