Mild & Showery

25th January 2019

(Above) Stob Coire Dubh (916m) Only the very tops  managing to avoid a total loss of snow from the overnight rain. The recent general light cover at lower elevations quickly became depleted with the temperature rise.

(Above) A rainbow over Balloon Gully on the march into Coire Ardair  provided a ‘highlight’ for the day!

(Above) The ever blackening hulk of Pinnacle Buttress with a bare and rocky Raeburn’s Gully to it’s left.

The bottom end of gullies likely to see further rain overnight – some top up of cover is possible at gully exit elevations and around the coire rims, as things cool a little later tomorrow –  however the The Met office advising they are unsure of quantity and the Northward extent of any rain / snow boundary….. so we’ll not hold our breath!!

(Above) Mt Equip ‘Kinesis Pants’ perfect for today’s showery conditions on the ‘march’ into Coire  Ardair.

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