Waiting for winter
20th February 2023
The landscape is lacking snow cover, with greatest accumulations now mainly confined to North through East to South-East aspects above 850m. The thaw is due to continue through tonight and tomorrow with the freezing level remaining above the summits.
Despite the summits being mostly in the clouds today with poor visibility, we were able to take the opportunity of brighter spells, when the came, to get some photographs. These aren’t a true reflection of the weather conditions today, they were taken in the brief moments out of the wind and rain! Thank you to all the SAIS Forecasters who contributed photos for today’s blog, which gives a clear picture of the snow cover across the whole of the Creag Meagaidh forecasting area, from Beinn a’Chaorainn in the West to Coire Dubh in the East.
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