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Glasgow Climate & Weather

Like the rest of Scotland, the weather in Glasgow is unpredictable and several degrees colder than England in the south of the British Isles. Winters (December to February) are long and wet, with very cold winds and some snow, and average temperatures ranging from 35°F (2°C) to 45°F (7°C) with seldom a sign of the sun. However, when spring arrives (between March and May) the mild temperatures and colourful flowers in parks and gardens make the city a cheerful place to be. In summer (June to August) most days start off misty but warm up to sunny, mild afternoons, with an average high of 67°F (19°C) in the height of summer.

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