Cloudy and mild.

8th March 2021

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A cloudy day with the freezing level around the highest summits in the Cairngorms.

Although patchy, areas of snow are still fairly extensive around the tops although surface snow was much softer than in recent days.


Glas Maol (1069 metres). Still reasonably good coverage around the tops.



A view down Banana Gully, on right.



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