Turned into a decent day at Glencoe with surface conditions much better than many were expecting on the way up in the morning. Where the base remained firm high up, it was mostly grippy rather than icy, but the odd harder area at the top. Off the groomers might be a bit rattly first thing, depending how many of the snow showers reach overnight (between 1-3 inches indicated by the various mesoscale models).
Mid mountain and on the Plateau things softened up just enough to give nice forgiving surface conditions without the new snow getting sticky.
Forecast is looking good for Monday with light and variable winds, decent Sunny Spells, though a risk of a slow moving snow shower - these will be rather hit or miss, but if you are under one it might hang around a bit in the light winds.
Photos from Sunday in the Pix from the Slopes:
^Looking up from the Plateau Poma. All Plateau Runs still complete through some narrow sections by the Poma.
^Upper Main Basin - the run is wide with the Haggis Trap still filled flat.
^Early bird will catch the corduroy worm on Monday!
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