Bitterly Cold…

12th February 2021

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More snow last night and the winds were over 50mph. They were still blowing over 40mph today and it was seriously cold with persistent drifting  – The A93 was filling in quickly and deep drifts have formed on the hills. Staying cold and windy tomorrow but it looks like it’s all set to change on Sunday….

More debris on a Westerly aspect: This winter keeps on giving…

Debris to the left of them and debris to the right – The important thing at the moment is to keep grazing!

Well filled in Westerly aspects – not much snow fence left showing!

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