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TrotOn   on 18/09/17 @ 23:10 said:

M3: Easy answer....no!
Weather conditions were balmy today, doing two Munros in Glencoe with Jen1613.
Not sure what happened to the rest of the pack today....
Didn't see any snow.

Helvellyn40   on 21/09/17 @ 20:05 said:

TrotOn: If you'd been on Aonach Beag you may have seen the only other remaining snow patch in Scotland,and that snow is 6 years old,and may outlast the snow on Braeriach.

TrotOn   on 21/09/17 @ 21:49 said:

I think I saw some "snow" in Scotland....while alpinehiker was making G&T and was in the freezer

Helvellyn40   on 24/09/17 @ 18:14 said:

TrotOn: I do recall Al playing around with some ice on the kitchen table,but unlike that, the snow patch's are still hanging on.

TrotOn   on 24/09/17 @ 19:20 said:

All that water on the table......was Al??



Let's just keep him on breakfast duty!

Mountain_Mouse   on 02/10/17 @ 17:03 said:

Alas it has now melted. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-41346118

Helvellyn40   on 02/10/17 @ 19:49 said:

The irony is that MWIS are forecasting snow on the highest tops in Scotland over the next couple of days, roll on winter.

TrotOn   on 02/10/17 @ 20:02 said:

Helvellyn40: CMD Arete in winter conditions?
I am up for it....big day!!

Helvellyn40   on 04/10/17 @ 20:02 said:

TrotOn: It is a big day out in winter,have done it in the past and it's easier with plenty of snow on the arete,but would be up for it again,given good conditions.

TrotOn   on 05/10/17 @ 23:55 said:

Helvellyn40: Just seen snow, not deep, on Ben Nevis top, where we were 18 days ago....on facebook.
I am up for a trip in winter conditions...will have a chat with you and friends at Lakes Weekend.

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