Cool – variable visibility on tops
31st January 2021
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(Above)Â The View looking East from the summit of Creag Meagaidh’s Puist Coire Ardair. A cold day with variable visibility and fresh ESE winds on summits. Good cover at present; best above 600 m. Weaknesses prevail in the snowpack with the cold temperatures of late and pockets of instability exist on variable aspects.
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