Another fine day….

22nd March 2022

Today was dry and much milder, at midday summit temperature at (1150 metres) was plus six degrees celsius. Winds were moderate from the South-South-East direction. The snowpack in moist at all levels and slowly thawing but remains generally well bonded, any remaining cornices will be unstable.

From Meall a’ Bhuiridh looking at Stob Dearg and Nevis in the distance.

Gearr Aonach and Aonach Dubh with stob Coire nan Lochan in between.

Northerly aspects of Stob Dearg.

Clach Leathad taken from a southerly aspect of Meall a’ Bhuiridh note the lack of snow in the foreground.

Fly paper ski run, easterly on Meall a’ Bhuiridh some glide cracks are starting to appear in the warm conditions.

Overnight, the snowpack will partially consolidate. During the day the snowpack will become moist and soft in all locations but should remain generally well bonded and stable. Remaining cornices will be prone to collapse. The avalanche hazard will be Low.

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