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Glenshee Weather Forecast

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

Scotland

Scotland Ski Summary

All five of the Scottish ski centres are open and offering fresh snow conditions. The best of the snow cover is in the West Highlands but with further snowfall forecast the centres in the east expect to be opening more pistes in the coming days. So finally prospects are looking quite decent for skiing in Scotland.

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
Tue 16
Feb
00:00

344°

828926

23°

21240.054311028
 03:00

351°

622941

46°

15240.0001029
 06:00

356°

316961

93°

8240.0001029
 09:00

190°

422926

179°

14230.0001029
 12:00

174°

928906

183°

24240.022501027
 15:00

175°

1228946

191°

34240.020701024
 18:00

171°

1628946

186°

40240.014401020
 21:00

174°

1928946

186°

47240.022101016
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 1°C expected on Thursday afternoon. The average minimum temperature for the week ahead will be around -5°C, dipping to its lowest on Tuesday morning at -9°C. Wednesday is expected to see the most precipitation with around 10mm, or about 0.4inches anticipated. The strongest wind will be felt on Wednesday morning, coming from the south, and reaching around 22mph, that's about 36km/h.

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Gust

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Humidity

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Precip Amount

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