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Eastern Scotland: climate

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This describes the main features of the climate of Eastern Scotland, comprising the Borders, the Lothians, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, Fife and the former regions of Tayside and Grampian. This region includes the cities of Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. The principal geographic features comprise the valleys and estuaries of the eastward-flowing Rivers Tweed, Forth, Tay and Dee and extensive upland areas including the Grampian Mountains in the northern part of the region and the Lammermuir Hills south of Edinburgh (rising to 500 metres above sea level). The highest point is Ben Macdui (1309 metres) near the border of Grampian with Highland.

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Climate: Eastern Scotland

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