Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Weather in Ireland

"The usual way to tell the difference between winter and summer in Ireland is to measure the temperature of the rain", so an Irish saying goes. While it is true that there are no major temperature differences between the seasons and that it rains often, the Irish weather is manageable. Temperatures will rarely go below 32°F and only occasionally above 68°F - with June, July and August being the warmest months. In June it is normally around 48°F (average low) and 60°F (average high) with an average of ten wet days. We recommend to pack clothes that you can layer, a rain jacket and umbrella.

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