Which part of Scotland has the best weather?
Dundee and Aberdeen are the sunniest cities in Scotland. On the longest day of the year there is no complete darkness over the northern isles of Scotland. Lerwick, Shetland, has about four hours more daylight at midsummer than London, although this is reversed in midwinter.
Where is the warmest driest place in Scotland?
Dundee has been ranked among the driest cities in Scotland, helping to cement its reputation as the country’s sunniest place to live. Data from the Met office showed that the City of Discovery has the fewest rainy days per year (124), together with Edinburgh.
Which part of Scotland is warmest?
The Gulf Stream brings warm winds to Scotland’s west coast. You can find palm trees in the Highland coastal town of Plockton. Dundee is Scotland’s sunniest city, with an average of 1,523 hours of sunshine per year.
Which part of Scotland has the least rain?
So leave your umbrella at home (East Lothian is officially the driest place in Scotland) and go see for yourself; just don’t let on to anyone in Edinburgh that I told you.
Where is the driest place in the UK?
Of the top 20 wettest cities in the UK, the seaside town of Hastings is the “driest”. Residents in the East Sussex town can expect 63mm of rainfall each month – 33mm less than Cardiff in first place – and an average of 9.6 rain-filled days each month.
Where is the warmest place in the UK?
THE UK’s hottest locations have been revealed – and London’s burning. Almost half of the country’s top 50 warmest locations can be found in the capital. But the temperature is highest on the east coast, with Canterbury and Ashford in Kent taking the top two spots.