Winter slowly returns.

21st December 2020

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At last it is starting to feel a bit more wintry on the hill. Although still lacking the white stuff, today above 900 metres in the clouds and winds, it felt cold with older snow starting to become a little more firm underfoot. There wasn’t much new snow, but at least it wasn’t rain!

 

Despite the recent mild conditions Glenshee Ski Centre have managed to create a run from artificial snow. This will be open until Thursday 24th.

 

It was a cold cloudy day on the tops with a smattering of snow from 800 metres.

 

Meanwhile, Kenny from the Aberdeen Mountain Rescue Team was on Lochnagar today. With the top out the clouds things looking a little whiter than yesterday. Thanks Kenny!

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