A guide to all things outdoor in Edinburgh.
Read more: The capital’s winter weather will not be as mild as it was last winter, with temperatures forecast to reach as low as -6C in the capital on Friday.
“I think the capital is going to be pretty cold, it will be hot and dry,” said Sarah.
“I think we are going to have a lot of things to wear.
I would probably go out in shorts and a t-shirt.”
Sarah says her favourite outdoor clothing brands include the likes of H&M, Uniqlo and Uniqla.
She also has her eye on the big brands such as Nike, Reebok and Adidas.
“I’ve been wanting to get into Nike a bit but I think they’re doing well,” she said.
The weather is forecast to remain cooler than last year, with the temperature expected to fall to about -5C in parts of the capital.
Temperatures in the city will remain low from Wednesday.
But there are some signs that Edinburgh is looking forward to warmer weather in the coming months.
In the last few weeks, many businesses in the area have reopened after months out of business.
More than 300 restaurants and cafes have reopened, and the city has reopened all the schools, museums and shops it closed.
There are also plans to have the city’s first fully electric tram service run between Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders, running on Friday from 10am to 8pm.
And, as the weather turns colder, more restaurants and bars will be opening to cater for crowds of visitors.
Dressed for the weather?
Sarah has a few suggestions for clothing to wear for this chilly time.
“The most important thing is to be comfortable,” she says.
“If you are not going to wear any clothes that you don’t want to wear, then it’s really important to dress appropriately for the conditions,” she adds.
“If you can’t wear a jacket, then a jacket is definitely important.”
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