Aberdeen is located in Scotland, between the River Dee and the River Don. The city was built over hills and valleys. The original hills are Castle Hill, St. Catherine's Hill and Windmill Hill. Windmill Hill is also known as Gallowgate.
The area of Aberdeen is 71.22 square miles. This includes the former burghs of Old Aberdeen, New Aberdeen, Woodside, and the Royal Burgh of Torry.
Aberdeen is known for its cold, biting winds and the driving rain, which come in from the North Sea.
The average temperature is 8 Degrees Celsius or 47 Degrees Fahrenheit. This varies from a low of 5 Degrees Celsius or 41 Degrees Fahrenheit to a high of 11 Degrees Celsius or 52 Degrees Fahrenheit.
The summer season is usually between June and August where the average high temperature is 16 Degrees Celsius or 63 Degrees Fahrenheit and the average low temperature is 9 Degrees Celsius or 49 Degrees Fahrenheit.
Winter begins in December and ends around February. During that time the average high is 6 Degrees Celsius or 43 Degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low temperature is 0 Degrees Celsius or 33 Degrees Fahrenheit.
The wettest months are October and November. The average annual precipitation in Aberdeen is 753 millimeters or 29.7 inches, which is about 64 millimeters or 2.5 inches in Summer and 62 millimeters or 2.5 inches in Winter.
The best time to visit Aberdeen would therefore be around the Summer months, which would be between June and August.