Weather forecast - Sunday 2 August 2015
Feels Like: 13°C
Feels Like: 16°C
Feels Like: 14°C
Feels Like: 13°C
East South East
wind gusts 22.2 mph
The weather will be cloudy early on in the day and the sun will have trouble breaking through. Heavy clouds will lead to rain showers during the second half of the day.
13°C / 18°C
12°C / 16°C
12°C / 17°C
12°C / 18°C
10°C / 18°C
10°C / 17°C
11°C / 17°C
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Glasgow, situated in the west central lowlands of Scotland, is the country's largest city. Despite being on the same latitude as Moscow, Glasgow has a relatively moderate climate thanks to its proximity to the warm shores of the Atlantic Ocean and the westerly wind which passes through it. Winters are generally cold and overcast and summers cool and wet with the odd sunny, warm day. Glasgow is one of Europe's top financial centres and is home to many of Scotland's biggest businesses.
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The city of Glasgow is situated on the River Clyde in the country’s west central lowlands. It is the fourth largest European town after London, Paris and Berlin in terms of size and the third biggest agglomeration in the UK. The city benefits from a unique patrimony: The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, situated in Kelvingrove Park, is the most well known in Glasgow and is frequently visited when the weather permits. Glasgow Cathedral is undoubtedly one of the most important cathedrals in Scotland and can be admired during moments of good or bad weather. The city has a temperate maritime climate which means precipitation and humidity all year round. Winters in Glasgow are long and cold and summers are also humid and chilly. Despite this not so enchanting climate, Glasgow is a warm and welcoming town to visit in any season.