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I was working in Lochaber and Glencoe this weekend. Saturday we had pristine winter conditions, cold, sheltered in the coires, with plenty of usable ice and snow. There were climbing teams all over Ben Nevis' north face enjoying the arrival of winter at last. Then, overnight, the temperatures rose dramatically, and we watched the ice disappear before our eyes in Glencoe. There is still a reasonable amount high up, but we need it to freeze again soon, or else we'll be back to square one.