What Part of Scotland Is Warm?

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Scotland is generally colder than the rest of the UK, especially in the more northerly regions. The west tends to be wetter and warmer than the cool, dry east. In upland areas, snow is common in winter, and fog and mist may occur at any time of year. January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland, with the daytime maximum temperatures that ranges of an average of around 5°C to 7°C. July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with temperatures of an average 19°C.
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