Light snowfall

24th March 2021

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It felt a bit more Wintry today above 900 metres. Light snowfall and around -1 degree celsius around the tops. New snow didn’t amount to much.

With light snowfall and cooler temps, it felt a bit more wintry higher up today. Around 1000 metres on the Glas Maol plateau.

 

New snow accumulations were not deep.

 

Corrie Fionn, a dusting of snow below 950 metres.

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