High Pressure

17th December 2021

Temperature inversion conditions in the hills with a high pressure system providing cool overnights  (frost to valley floors) followed by mild daytime temperatures on the tops and some hill fog; although for the most part it was bright overall, with the fog lifting in light winds, as the day progressed.

(Above) Today’s outing on the Creag Mhor Ridge , of Puist Coire Ardair. Hill fog obscured summits on this side of the range for much of the morning

(Above) Meall Coire Choille-rais (1027) Isolated patches of snow becoming the norm in the steady thaw – even above 850m

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