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Glenshee Weather Forecast

Base: 610m (2001ft); Upper: 1070m (3510ft)

Scotland

Scotland Ski Summary

High winds are continuing to disrupt uplift at the Scottish ski centres but once the overhead settles there will be good skiing at all five ski centres in the Highlands. On Thursday variable snow conditions were reported due to a mild front passing over but temperatures were falling and fresh snow is expected.

DATE BASE LEVEL @ 610m UPPER LEVEL @ 1070m MORE ELEMENTS
Day Local Time Wind Dir Wind Speed Icon Temp RH Vis Wind Dir Wind Speed Icon Temp Precip Freeze Level Cloud Amount Pressure
Units =>degmph °F%milesdegmph °FInm%mb
Sat 28
Feb
00:00

197°

2336963

210°

49330.012731001001
 03:00

223°

1935975

236°

46320.0111394999
 06:00

224°

1735946

249°

45300.089087999
 09:00

220°

1936936

244°

44290.085378997
 12:00

222°

2137906

238°

43300.091296995
 15:00

211°

2138916

227°

40310.0945100992
 18:00

195°

1737961

212°

36310.0992100987
 21:00

165°

1537981

190°

40310.1957100981
The 7 day weather forecast summary for Glenshee, Scotland:

Taking a look at the forecast over the coming week and the average daytime maximum will be around 1°C, with a high of 4°C expected on Sunday afternoon. The average minimum temperature for the week ahead will be around -3°C, dipping to its lowest on Thursday evening at -7°C. Saturday is expected to see the most precipitation with around 7mm, or about 0.3inches anticipated. The strongest wind will be felt on Wednesday afternoon, coming from the northwest, and reaching around 31mph, that's about 50km/h.

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Dir

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Speed/
Gust

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Feels Like

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Humidity

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Precip Amount

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Cloud Amount

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