Another day of light showers

6th January 2024

It was another day with passing light showers which fell as snow above around 800m. There is a thin cover of new snow above around 800m, with some localised deposits of windslab mainly on NE-E-S aspects above 850m.  The patchy older snowpack, which lies mainly on SW through W to N aspects above 800 metres, is generally stable and its surface starting to re-freeze.

Little change is expected in the snowpack tomorrow.

(Above) Beinn Eighe: Coire an Laoigh and Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe on right.

(Above) Liathach Eastern end.

(Above) Looking across Loch Clair to Coulin area, as a shower passed.

(Above) Beinn Eighe: Coire an Laoigh.

(Above) View SE across Coulin area, with Loch Clair on right.

(Above) Another rainbow.

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