Storm Bella……..

26th December 2020

Covid -19

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It was a very wet day in the glen especially below 900 metres, torrential rain pouring down the hill sides. Not a nice to be out. Above 900 metres wet snow fell this will change later in the afternoon as colder conditions affect the areas.

Looking towards Stob coire nam Beith.

Stob coire nan Lochan in clouds between Gearr Aonach and Aonach Dubh.

At the meeting of the 3 waters looking towards Stob coire Raineach and Stob Dubh (see yesterdays photos) to compare.

Buachaille Etive Mor.

Rivulets of rain water pouring off Beinn Fhada on the left.

North face of Aonach Dubh, give you a flavour of the day!

Looking into Stob couture nam Beith.

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