The two ski resorts in the north-west of Scotland may offer more good skiing this week after further snow was forecast.
According to the Met Office, tonight (February 7th) will see "scattered wintry showers continuing in northwestern Scotland", which may excite those heading for the hills in their ski boots
This will affect the Nevis Range and Glencoe resorts, with the former already reporting the presence of between four and five inches of "fresh, fluffy snow", with the expectation that conditions will be further boosted by new falls tonight.
And the Nevis Range has reported "improved conditions across the mountain with fresh powder snow and considerable drifting".
Such news may encourage people to hit the slopes in the next few days.
While the newest snow may be coming to the western side of the Highlands, the resorts in the Cairngorms National Park have also seen fresh falls in recent days.
Cairn Gorm Mountain said new snow has "greatly improved all pistes", while there is "still great top to bottom skiing available!"