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Scotland Climate



Scotland's climate is temperate, though like the rest of the United Kingdom, the weather tends to be unpredictable and can change from day to day. In general, Scotland tends to be cool, damp and cloudy, and is colder on average than the rest of the UK, but the Gulf Stream tends to create warmer temperatures than other places on the same or similar latitudes. January and February are the coldest months, averaging temperatures of 41F to 45F (5C to 7C), and summer has average temperatures of 66F (19C) during its warmest months of July and August.


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