30th December 2015
Snow cover is getting close to being back at ‘square 1’.
Somewhat counter-intuitively, was noticeably wetter further east today….
(Above) Flood ‘tourists’ enjoying the spectacle at Tromie Bridge this morning. In 20 yrs I’ve never seen the river running with this much water. The burns are all running bankfull 25 miles west at – and near – Creag Meagaidh, but nothing akin to this.
(Above) The gatehouse to the Ardverikie Estate this afternoon. Many of you will recognise this distinctive building next to the A86 and close to where the River Pattack enters Loch Laggan. Seems to have gained a moat.
Much cooler temperatures overnight and a little snow later….unlikely bring much improvement to the very sparse snow cover.
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