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Linda
Iola, Kansas

Dublin, Ireland

I will be in Ireland June 25 to July 4th what is the normal temperature?

Will I need a jacket or rain gear? What is the weather like in Dublin during this time? 


5 Answers

answered by
Maria from Dublin

You can get all seasons in a day in Ireland so you need to be prepared by bringing at least a light raincoat / jacket. You can get rain and wind, even in June and July. Mostly, though, it should be relatively warm or at least mild. I remember temperatures of 10 - 29c during June-August. The days will be long which is lovely. It won't be dark until about 10pm and will be bright from before 6am. Have a lovely time.


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answered first by
Ruth from Stillorgan

Hi Linda, You are going at a great time. You will always need some sort of a jacket in Ireland, something light like a rain coat/wind sheeter and then a cardigan/shall for the evening if you are out and about. The normal temperatures are anything from 16-28 degrees. It can be windier near the coast ect but all in all you should be lucky enough with the weather. Enjoy your trip!! 


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answered by
Anton

Could be raining, sunny, warm or cold! It will probably be around the mid-late teens in Celsius, but it could be warmer. Best to bring a light rain jacket and some layers - but also your shades!


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answered by
Mary Margaret from Bronx

Warm, it's summer, rain gear( slicker / brellie) yes! Lite jacket sweater, shawl for evening/nite! Enjoy!


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answered by
Oisín from Dublin, Ireland

You never know with the Irish weather. There can be 4 seasons in the one day. I would bring a rain jacket. Max temperature would be doing well to break 20C (68F) with min down to as low as 6/7C (43F). Hope that helps






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