Turning Hazy.

7th March 2024

It was a dry day with some nice sunny spells at first. The afternoon tended to be a bit cloudier and quite hazy around the middle of the day. The snowpack is tending to slowly thaw and consolidate with a slight crust at the highest levels.  A few not entirely stable cornices remain. With a relatively settled few days expected, little change is expected in snow cover extent, although it might firm up a bit as it is expected to turn a bit cooler.

There were some nice sunny spells this morning until about 10am.

However, the clouds built through the next hours or two, giving some good crepuscular rays and dramatic views.

Looking down the Glen. This was taken about 11a by which point it had turned quite hazy.

Buachaille Etive Mor.

Sron a Creise and Creise in the background.

At higher levels things are still looking reasonably white. The view looking South from the summit of Meall a Buiridh.

Some unstable looking cornices remain at higher levels.

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