Inversion conditions

11th January 2024

It was a lovely bright clear day on the summits, with mist remaining in the glens for much of the day due to inversions.

The snowpack is firm and generally stable. Some shallow and localised deposits of windslab are present, mainly on NW-NE aspects above 1000m. Little change is expected in the snowpack tomorrow.

Ice is present on many water courses, paths and hillsides.

(Above) Looking South with mist covering Loch Laggan and the glen.

(Above) Coire Dubh

(Above) Plateau: Stob Coire Dubh on left, Carn Liath and Creag Meagaidh in the background.

(Above) Plateau, with Carn Liath and Creag Meagaidh in the background.

(Above) Coire a’ Bhein (Stob Coire Dubh NE)



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