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The higher tops of Pertshire and Angus were also white with more than just a light dusting this morning.

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Impressively white for the time of year at the summit of Meall a'Bhuiridh in Glen Etive/Glen Coe too:

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mainbasin.jpegGlencoe looking bleak!

Don't wish to be a pedant, but the hill in the picture is Meall a' Bhuiridh (m-YOUL a VOO-ree), which isn't in Glen Coe! :) It's part of the Black Mount, which is complicated by the fact that the area is part of the 'Glencoe' ski area. Confused?

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Very decent snow todau

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Looking at the Scottish Cams there's even snow a covering of snow in the Southern Uplands.

And on the England-Scotland border.

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Looking at the Scottish Cams there's even snow a covering of snow in the Southern Uplands.

And on the England-Scotland border.

Don't think these are snow! - just light falling on the roadside grass verges making them look white in comparison with the road...

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Don't think these are snow! - just light falling on the roadside grass verges making them look white in comparison with the road...

Definitely looks like snow to me, could be very wrong though!

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Don't think these are snow! - just light falling on the roadside grass verges making them look white in comparison with the road...

That's what i thought.

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Spindrift is quite correct. It is most certainly not snow. The flash of the light gives the impression that it's snow, but it isn't!

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