These are all the symbols and details off accompanying text which may appear in our 5 day forecasts.To get more detail please take account of the text desc of the weather in conjunction with the symbol.These forecasts provide a brief summary of expected conditions for the mid part of the day at Munro Level, which is 3000ft or 914m.
Shows the Eastern end of the Loch, and the Windy Ridge, Coire Cas, Coire an t-Sneachda and Coire an Lochain.
Useful for assessing snow level and cloud base, plus offers a wider view of the mountain.
Also good for assessing low level snow in winter and beach weather in summer.
Winterhighland's own 5-day outlooks are available on the individual snowsport area report pages.
A more detailed mountain 'weather discussion' can be found on our General Situation Page.
Before venturing into the mountains, we strongly recommend you consult the detailed 72 hour Forecasts from the Mountain Weather Information Service.
This Links Page was last updated and verified on Saturday 26th Feb 2010.
If there are any broken links or you provide or know of a page worth including here please contact us using the details at the foot of the page.
One Camera at 3400ft at the foot of the Ptarmigan T-bar overlooking the Ptarmigan Bowl. One looking up the White Lady, a second across to the Fiacaill.