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What's the weather meant to be like in Inverness area

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CardyMow Tue 18-Oct-11 13:19:41

Next week? (Half term week?). DD is going from Essex to Inverness area next week, to stay with her dad. I have no idea what to pack for her - I know it will be colder there than it is here, but how MUCH colder? DD is still in leggings and t-shirt here, What should I pack? Will it be jumpers and coats and slippers etc, or just one extra layer?

I haven't lived in Scotland for 14 years, I remember October as being one of the coldest months there, but how cold is cold? Just cold or cold and wet?

OhYouBadBadGhostie Tue 18-Oct-11 19:12:32

Def jumpers and coats and something wind proof. It looks like a mix of wind and rain with drier interludes - temps prob around the 6-10C mark unless she goes up high in which case it will be colder. It will certainly feel cold to her!

CardyMow Tue 18-Oct-11 20:22:22

Thank you. Definately thick jumpers in the case then!

Eglu Tue 18-Oct-11 20:25:02

We were up there last week and it was very chilly. We needed warm trousers t shirt, jumpers and coats. And the weather was nice. They are now forecasting snow for this week up there. She will need hat and scarf I imagine.

midnightexpress Tue 18-Oct-11 20:25:44

It's bloody cold in Glasgow today - there is snow on Ben Lomond and it rained solidly for two days until this afternoon. And I mean heavy rain. Cold, heavy rain. And wind. Lovely. One of my friends came through Aviemore the other day and it was 3 degrees, so definitely not t-shirt and leggings weather, even for Scottish teenagers. grin

And it's half term too here. We are going slightly bonkers.

CardyMow Tue 18-Oct-11 21:58:41

URK! Must buy DD new gloves then - she hasn't worn hers since January, and appears to have lost them!

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