Tiree: No Snow

Nae Snaw! Sitting out the Atlantic Ocean Tiree very rarely has a covering of snow. Thus, while many parts of the UK are under a blanket of snow, we are snow free. For much of the day grey clouds have been the dominant weather feature, with occasional glimpses of the sun and the odd hail shower. At 11.00 the sun shone for the arrival of the ferry, giving glimpses across to the snow capped peaks on Mull.

The Clansman and the Snow Capped Peaks on Mull

Late afternoon the clouds rolled away giving some spectacular views across the Hebrides. With clear skies and the occasional cloud, the dying rays of the sun made our walk at Caolas and Salum most enjoyable, even if the north wind was quite raw. Yes! We could see snow but it was on the Cuillins of Rum and Skye.

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