Wee, sleekit, cowran, tim’rous beastie from the East.
3rd March 2018
As the media has been reporting the Beast from the East has brought powder to Paisley, and it has been dumping in Dumbarton. However, it was a bit more of a wee sleekit, cowran, tim’rous beastie by the time it reached Lochaber. Although it has been pretty chilly, and a wee bit breezy for a day or two, we have had little of the snow which seems to have affected the rest of the country. Today I had a wander up Aoanch Mor, expecting to find at least some fresh windslab at the top of the gullies on the West face. However, at that level there was very little fresh, it had all been blown further down the hill, with the largest accumulation (not that they were particularly large) being found between about 600m and 900 metres.
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