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24th March 2021

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Today was very wintery above 600m with frequent snow showers and strong south-westerly winds. Very poor visibility at times. Accumulations of new snow in sheltered locations with cornices reforming. The avalanche hazard is Moderate.

New snow accumulating with fresh cornices. Coire an Tuilaich headwall

Soft wet snow snowballing off crags from overnight

Remaining spring like in the Glen with brighter intervals. Coire na Tuilaich from Altnafeadh

Strong winds up high with snow being blown around. Meall a Bhuiridh

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