Colder, new summit snow.
17th February 2021
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The freezing level was around 700 metres, isolated showers fell as light snow above 650 metres. Winds were strong and blustery from the South-West. The moist snowpack has undergone a thaw freeze cycle and is now generally well bonded on all aspects, new snow accumulations are not significant. However, some localised shallow windslab instabilities are present in wind sheltered locations mostly on North-West to North-East aspects above 850 metres. The avalanche hazard is Moderate.
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