West coast drizzle

22nd March 2021

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A mainly dry day with some drizzle and light rain on occasions. The freezing level was generally above the highest summits and the winds were fresh from the South-West.

The snowpack is generally well bonded and stable. Some isolated wet snow surface instabilities were present on steep terrain. The snowpack continues to slowly thaw with the snow cover depleting below 850 metres.


(Above) Looking on to the North-East aspect of Buachaille Etive Beag at around 750 metres.

(Above) Stob Coire nan Lochan during a break in the cloud.

(Above) Buachaille Etive Mor looking moody.

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