Inverness, like the rest of Scotland, has unpredictable weather that can be wet, windy and unforgiving. The Highland capital's northern location makes it cooler than England.
Winters can be cold and damp, but the months between November and March are the tourism low season with cheap airfares (outside of the Christmas period, when Inverness becomes busy again).
Inverness is most popular in summer, when days are long and warm (Inverness has the langest days of any major tourist city in the UK). June is a great time to go, it's when the major festivals are ramping up. July and August bring Summer in the City, a two-month celebration of Highlands artists.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Inverness, Scotland.
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