Very wet and windy….

29th March 2021

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Today was very wet and windy at all elevations. The freezing level was well above the summits and gale force South-Westerly winds led to a thawing snowpack. Significant snow melt and rain putting burns and rivers into spate.

Streams running off hillsides with thawing conditions. Looking into Coire Gabhail.

Thawing snowpack with slumps and glide cracks. NE aspect on Meall a Bhuiridh.

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