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29th March 2023

As expected this morning was a game of spying snow patches before getting high enough into the cloud to find them. Occasional drizzle and rain showers, heavier in the afternoon, with moderate to fresh South-Westerly winds. Slowly thawing with the older snow patches remaining firm under foot with some of yesterdays fresher snow yet to completely melt.

Mild enough to continue thawing over the next few days.


Not a single patch of snow looking across to ‘The Three Sisters’.


Is that one or two patches, Beinn a Chrulaiste at the east end of the glen.


Found you. The typical scene with melting snow and ice, running water, old snow (with some remaining fresher snow). 850 metres, North aspect.


Yesterday’s snow now flowing in the burns. Allt Coire nam Beithach.


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