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Glenshee Weather Forecast

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

Scotland

Scotland Ski Summary

An exciting week of weather for the Scottish Highlands with heavy snowfall expected from Wednesday. All five of the centres are open once again and the freezing level has dropped, meaning that the wet weekend snow has now refrozen. It should provide a very good base for the fresh snow to come.

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
Thu 29
Jan
00:00

266°

2627796

274°

51200.014614979
 03:00

273°

2126786

282°

41190.09110976
 06:00

249°

1026826

274°

34220.050973
 09:00

213°

1126876

265°

30220.01316971
 12:00

316°

1829806

327°

31210.027118972
 15:00

333°

1928846

340°

34200.024645972
 18:00

310°

1426806

330°

35200.090973
 21:00

279°

1727876

298°

43230.014961972
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 0°C, with a high of 5°C expected on Wednesday morning. The average minimum temperature for the week ahead will be around -3°C, dipping to its lowest on Tuesday morning at -6°C. Friday is expected to see the most precipitation with around 6mm, or about 0.2inches anticipated. The strongest wind will be felt on Wednesday afternoon, coming from the west, and reaching around 33mph, that's about 54km/h.

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