A cloudy morning.

27th January 2021

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Not much to see this morning but the cloud did break in the afternoon. A layer of soft new snow has settled on most aspects, this has helped freshen up the skiing but it’s likely a lot of this may move around in tomorrows winds.

There is a layer of soft powder on many aspects. Occasionally deep as in this picture its likely to get redistributed on Thursday.

 

The cloud started to break in the afternoon. Creag Leacach, West/NW aspect.

 

Carn an Tuirc. SW aspects.

 

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