Weather in Dublin

In Ireland, everyone talks about the weather. Especially when it comes to such a great city like Dublin. Discuss the direction of the rain, standing at the entrance to the supermarket, or the most popular thinking at the bar that the air temperature in March reached 24 degrees. It is worth noting that the weather in Dublin is unpredictable.Of course, the basic influence on the climate of the city has presented nothing but the Atlantic ocean.

For this reason, it will be difficult to see the extreme temperature. the same can be said about those countries which are located at the same latitude in the geographical region. The average temperature here stays about ten degrees. Due to strong ocean currents, the water temperature in the sea can not sink very low. Due to the mountains and hills, which are located near the coast, the area is protected from strong gusts of winds from the ocean.

The seasons: spring and summer

In spring, the temperature does not exceed twelve degrees Celsius. As for April, it is one of the most auspicious months in Dublin. In summer, the temperature varies from eighteen to twenty degrees Celsius. Some and the warmest months are August and July.

Weather in Dublin in winter and autumn

Autumn is here — it's a time when the temperature may not rise above eighteen degrees Celsius. September is one of the most mild and temperate months. With regard to the winter season, the temperature does not exceed eight degrees Celsius. The coldest months are like February and January, respectively, when the temperature drops below zero. 

When to go to Dublin

There is no one perfect time to visit the city. The most popular time to travel to Ireland from tourists are the summer months. They come to enjoy the long Sunny evenings, blooming parks and food in the cafe outdoors. And, of course, during summer there are many festivals. In spring and autumn influx of tourists is less. Autumn will greet you with a sparkling carpet of yellow leaves and the spring awakening of the nature and flowering. In winter, walk in the national Park on a clear, crisp day will allow you to see the most impressive nature.

To the beat of the weather

Don't know what clothes to stock, go to Dublin? Please note that you will need the ability to get used to surprises, which are presented to Irish nature. On this basis, it is recommended to take a very practical things. In addition, not superfluous will be to grab a warm jacket, despite the fact that in Dublin, for example, it's summer. As well as clothing that resists moisture will also be needed.

Do not give in to the idea that in summer you do not will need protection from the sun: when in Dublin the sun is shining, it is very bright, so take advantage of a cosmetic against the sun and grab a hat with a wide brim. In Ireland, of course, it does rain, but prolonged rainy periods rare. Thus, you can go to conquer the Irish rain, wearing a suitable outfit or to wait out bad weather in some cozy cafe with a cup of delicious hot chocolate.

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