Looking alot like winter….

9th April 2021

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(Above) Creag Meagaidh range from the A86 nr Ardverikie. Looking alot like winter….
(Above) The Cairn Liath side of things – snow is back in the ‘plateau ‘ areas once again;  Uinneag Min Choire or the Min Window ,as this high level snow holding feature is more commonly known.
Things staying much the same over this next period; a cold North Westerly arctic airflow affecting the area and bringing an occasional snow showers, in it’s cold winterly blast.

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