Winter is already showing signs of arrival with one of the first snowfalls of the season landing on a Scottish munro.
Cairngorm Mountain Ltd posted a webcam photo from its top station showing a dusting of the white stuff on Thursday morning following Storm Ali.
Temperatures dropped to -1C on the munro with visitors on Thursday told to wrap up.
20th September 8.30 am. -1.0c at the Top StationLooks like summer is over….Due to the continuing strong winds the…
Cairngorm Mountain staff posted: “Looks like summer is over. Due to the continuing strong winds the mountain railway will not operate today.
“The mountain shop and Storehouse Cafe will be open as normal. Wrap up warm if you are venturing out on the hill.”
Winterhighland also posted a photo taken on its Loch Morlich webcam with the words: “Dusting of snow high on Cairngorm.”
— Winterhighland (@winterhighland) September 20, 2018