Weather in Dublin

Ireland has a temperate climate, influenced by the relatively warm waters of the Gulf Stream, in whose path the island lies. During the winter months, temperatures rarely drop below freezing, and snow is uncommon.

During late spring and summer you can expect to see highs of between 22 and 28 degrees and the long evenings allow for a lively outdoor cafe and terrace culture in the city centre. ULearn students will take advantage of these warm months to visit the local parks and outdoor bars in the city.

The coldest and wettest months are December, January and February, which means temperatures of between 4℃and 7℃. July and August are the warmest months with mean temperatures of between 14℃ and 16℃, rarely rising above 22℃.

Go to the MET Ireland website for the latest information on the weather in Dublin.

 


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