Weather in Scotland
and Climate of Scotland
Scotland is usually
windy, misty and chilly, which can be unpleasant if you are not prepared.
Be sure to take a windbreaker and clothing that can be layered. The eastern
coast is often drier and cooler than the western, but the weather everywhere
is highly variable, changing by the mile and the minute, as well as by
the altitude. The best time to go is April-September. The days are long
in midsummer, especially in the north where it stays light almost to midnight.
Many tourist attractionscastles, museums and the likeare closed
in the winter and open only for limited viewing hours in the autumn and
The months November-January
should be avoided if possible, as the days are very short, and the darkness,
cold and drizzle can be depressing. Winter temperatures seldom dip far
below freezing, except in the mountains. Be sure to take along or buy
a hefty sweater, no matter when you go.
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