More new snow

12th April 2015

After a stormy night the weather improved late morning to give some pleasant conditions. Most of the new snow arrived on strong winds transporting it to lower elevations, snow on the A82 at 300 metres.

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The two distant  buttresses are Diamond on the left and Church Door on the right, split by Central Gully the winds was quite strong over these summits.

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Stob Coire nan Lochan back to its full winter raiment

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Buachaille Etive Mor – Scotland’s most photographed mountain, getting its fair share of the strong winds

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Creise and Meall a Bhuiridh clearing after a night of snow – A82 just visible in left corner.

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Sun lit Snow Balling or Roller Balls caused by rapid solar warming after new snow fall.

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A confused grouse, where’s my heather gone, it was here yesterday.

 

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