Is June a good time to visit Scotland?

What is the weather like in Scotland in June?

Summer. June, July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with average maximum temperatures ranging from approximately 15°C (59°F) to 17°C (63 °F). Scotland’s high latitude means that we enjoy lovely long summer days and often an extended twilight.

Is June a good time to travel to Scotland?

The summer months of June, July and August are regarded as high season, and can be the best time to visit, although local school holidays also make July and early August the busiest period.

Is Scotland busy in June?

The summer months (June through August) are the warmest of the year, with extensive daylight hours in July and August the further north you go. The crowds begin to disperse from late October. Early to mid-November can be a wonderful time to see Scotland’s glorious fall foliage.

What is there to do in Scotland in June?

Summer festivals & events in Scotland

FESTIVAL NAME LOCATION MONTH
Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Speyside May
Royal Highland Show Edinburgh June
Edinburgh International Film Festival Edinburgh June
Hebridean Celtic Festival Stornoway, Isle of Lewis July

Is June rainy in Scotland?

>>Overview: Scotland Weather and Climate in June.

Scotland weather by month // weather averages.

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June
Avg. Temperature °C (°F) 12.4 (54.3)
Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) 71 (2.8)
Humidity (%) 77%
Rainy days (d) 10

What is the rainiest month in Scotland?

Between 2014 and 2020, the most amount of rainfall in Scotland was experienced in December 2015 at 323 millimeters. In comparison, rainfall in December 2020 amounted to 196 millimeters. The driest month during this period was April 2020, when just 28.3 millimeters of rain fell.

Do Scottish midges bite?

Female midges are the ones that travel in swarms and bite people, because they need protein, found in blood, in order to produce eggs. They also bite cattle and deer. The bites are felt as a sharp prick and are followed by an itchy red lump.