It's actually impossible to summarise the seasonal trends of the Irish weather as it is totally unpredictable. What can be said though is that Ireland does not in general 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. The almost constant misty rain in Galway and Connemara leads to the classic Irish weather description of a "soft day".
|dublin | maps | transport | accommodation | culture | shopping | restaurants | pubs | entertainment | information|
|legal information | acknowledgements | softguides | softguide ireland|
|accommodation booking and hotel reservations listings supplied by bookassist.com
softguides, bookassist services are trademarked & copyright automatic netware ltd. all rights reserved.