Further snow showers
17th December 2022
Showers, falling as snow above around 400 metres, and moderate South-Westerly winds today. Some significant accumulations of fresh snow from yesterday and overnight were present, giving a widespread cover at lower elevations with drifting to wind sheltered locations at higher elevations.
A good amount of snow accumulated in the lee of a fence. This is a good indication that naturally sheltered locations will also have accumulated fresh snow.
A long shooting crack coming from my footprint (pole for scale). Not steep enough to avalanche here but a good sign of instability. It’s hard to see in the photo but he crack zigzags across and up the hill for around 15 metres.
The Flypaper and Spring run area of Meall a’ Bhuiridh.
Stob Coire Raineach
Gearr Aonach (left) and Aonach Dubh (right)
The Pap of Glencoe
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