Stormy conditions

21st January 2024

Storm Isha is affecting the area with strong winds and fluctuating temperatures which will see the freezing level rise well above the summits with rain at all levels tonight. Colder conditions by morning will lower the freezing level to around 600 metres, through the day winds will remain strong to gale force with frequent and sometimes heavy snow showers down to around 500 metres. Fresh unstable windslab and fragile cornices will form, check the avalanche report for more information. (direct link on blog)

Not the best of days for photos.

Three Sisters of Glencoe.

Buachaille Etive Mor.

Meall a Bhuiridh


Comments on this post

  • Gary Hodgson
    21st January 2024 8:23 pm

    Hi guys.
    Avalanche debris spotted at the bottom of Boomerang Gully, SCNL today, 21st January. Type 2.

    • glencoeadmin
      22nd January 2024 2:56 pm

      Hello Gary, Thank you. Not surprising considering the forecast and conditions. Could you please fill in the “Report an Avalanche” in the box “Recorded avalanche activity” on the SAIS website.

  • Gary Hodgson
    24th January 2024 10:17 pm

    Sorry, I thought I had reported it already. Just submitted it again.

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