On Thursday 28 June, a temperature of 33.2C degrees was measured in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire. The highest temperature previously recorded for the month in Scotland was 17.9C in Aberdeen on 22 February 1897.

It exceeds the 32.9C recorded in August 2003, at Greycrook in the Borders. The data here summarize the annual weather for Scotland. Record-breaking heatwaves, in line with the current climate extremes worldwide, are not unheard of. Although the average high temperature throughout Scotland at this time of year is in the mid-60s, it is just an average. The weather averages are given for the country as a whole, and also broken down into three regions. However, Aboyne in Aberdeenshire reached 18.3C on Thursday afternoon. Coronavirus (COVID-19): Testing Who can be tested for coronavirus in Scotland and how to access it Coronavirus (COVID-19): Contact tracing What we mean by contact tracing and what to expect if you're identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive The tables list average daily high and low temperatures, total rainfall and hours of sunshine for the year. But nights can still be 10 to 15 degrees colder than days, so be prepared—and don't forget about the midges.

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