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Summer season in Ireland

Summer season in Ireland

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Irish weather can be unpredictable, from sunshine to showers in the space of half an hour! However, our climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean so we don’t get any extreme weather. The average temperature here is 50°F (10 degrees Celsius).

Summer in Ireland runs from May to July, and averages for highest temperatures are between 64°F and 68°F (18 – 20 degrees Celsius). The warmest months are July and August. You can expect 18 hours of daylight (it usually doesn’t get dark until 11pm). Late summer also brings humidity and the chances of thunderstorms and rain showers. If you’re worried about the weather getting in the way of your plans, you can get short-term forecasts from Met Éireann.

Ireland may not be tropical, but this doesn’t mean you should leave the sunscreen at home. Always wear a high factor SPF and don’t forget your sunhat.  It’s always a good idea to bring a light jacket as well – in case of those pesky summer showers! Don’t worry, during a rain shower you can always take refuge in a friendly pub and maybe grab a sneaky pint…

The lush green scenery, long evenings and a packed festival calendar make Ireland a perfect summer destination. Bonus: Ireland has plenty of FREE activities to fill your summer holidays: http://bit.ly/1KOfnXd

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This was very helpful. I am from Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia, so anything below 30 degrees is cold for me! Now I know what to pack for my trip to Ireland, (the land of my ancestors, ), in July next year. Yep, winter gear!
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