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DUBLIN WEATHER - DUBLIN WEATHER IRELAND

Dublin WeatherDublin Weather – Dublin’s climate is modified by the relatively warm North Atlantic Current, which keeps Irish winters mild, with only few days of the year below freezing point. The weather can be very changeable and unpredictable though, so be prepared for plenty of rain, but also expect some warm spells during the summer months.

Ireland doesn’t generally suffer weather extremes. The weather instead is palatable all year round. Dublin tends to be drier and cooler than the west coast, which the Atlantic Ocean batters regularly.

As Dublin Weather can be quite unpredictable no matter what time of year you intend to visit Ireland, be sure to bring light raingear, a warm sweater and some fine weather clothes. In the summer months, weather is often mild at temperatures in the high teens to low twenties centigrade, an occasional mid to high twenties centigrade is reached. In the winter the temperature hovers in single figures above zero, it may frost or freeze overnight and it may snow lightly in December to January.