Inverness Cathedral, Inverness, The Scottish Highlands
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    Inverness Cathedral Information

    Inverness Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew and is the most northern cathedral on mainland Britain.

    Located in Inverness close to the banks of the River Ness, the cathedral is built of red Tarradale stone, with the nave columns of Peterhead granite. The foundation stone was laid by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Charles Longley, in 1866 and construction was complete three years later.

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    7-day Weather Forecast


    Light rain today and Sunday, with high temperatures falling to 5°C on Sunday.

    Today's Forecast
     Dangerously windy until afternoon and foggy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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    12
       66%  82%   15 mph
      8:56 am    3:33 pm
    Wednesday, Dec 19th
     Partly cloudy starting in the evening.
     
    4
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    6
       13%  24%   8 mph
      8:57 am    3:33 pm

    Thursday, Dec 20th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    3
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    7
       9%  39%   6 mph
      8:58 am    3:33 pm
    Friday, Dec 21st
     Foggy until afternoon.
     
    3
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    6
       66%  93%   2 mph
      8:58 am    3:34 pm

    Saturday, Dec 22nd
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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    8
       49%  76%   7 mph
      8:59 am    3:34 pm
    Sunday, Dec 23rd
     Rain in the morning and afternoon.
     
    3
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    5
       87%  96%   3 mph
      8:59 am    3:35 pm

    Monday, Dec 24th
     Partly cloudy overnight.
     
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    6
       37%  30%   8 mph
      8:59 am    3:35 pm
    Tuesday, Dec 25th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    3
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    8
       43%  74%   9 mph
      9:00 am    3:36 pm

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