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  1. Does anyone have any idea what is going on? The Cairngorm webcams carry a message saying that they have been unlawfully removed from service by Cairngorm LTD. There was a message on the winterhighland website earlier saying the webcams, weather stations and network equipment in the Scottish Ski Club hut have been interfered with by the staff at Cairngorm Mountain LTD / Natural Retreats. Now earlier I saw a message on Twitter that details the situation a bit further: Now - at the point of writing this post - the winterhighland website ls largely offline carrying the message:
  2. Hi As a follow up to the CRUTEM4 data that I posted about yesterday, I have put together a chart and table of the Ben Nevis observatory observations that are included in that data set from the year 1884 to 1903. I have also included a comparison chart for Fort William, and added a plotted SYNOP grid for Cairngorm from this January. As always you can find it along with a lot of other interesting and diverse stuff to do with all things meteorological on my blog: http://xmetman.wordpress.com/2013/08/13/ben-nevis-observatory-1884-1903/ Bruce.
  3. From the album: Cairngorm Mountain January 2010

    View towards Loch Morlich from half way up.

    © IBringTheHammer

  4. Gavin Hannah

    Busy Hill

    From the album: Cairngorm Mountain January 2010

    A busy day on the mountain.

    © IBringTheHAmmer

  5. From the album: Cairngorm Mountain January 2010

    After 3 days ( 2 of them to clear the road after the storm), the mountain was open for buisness again.

    © IBringTheHammer

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