For the past couple of days, I've been out with Blair. Yesterday, we headed up to Stob Coire nan Lochan with a few options, but on seeing a gap on Twisting Gully, made an ascent of that, which was in good, icy nick, if a wee bit soft in places, but perfectly climbable.
Today, we climbed the East Ridge of the North Top of Stob Ban, which was very snowy, slightly soft lower down, but it hugely improved with height. The most notable thing of the day was the huge avalanches out of North/South Gully and between the North and Central Buttresses. These avalanches were most likely caused by huge cornices dropping off, releasing the snow slopes beneath. I've certainly not seen such large amounts of debris on Stob Ban before.
The snowline has definitely crept up over the past few days, but that should change as the freezing levels drop through the night, accompanied by plenty of snow.