Killarney: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 07:20
- Sunset 20:06
- Moonrise 14:13
- Moonset 04:35
|Temp feels like:||51°F (11°C)|
|Length of Day:||7h 48m|
|Dew Point:||50°F (10°C)|
|Pressure:||29.44" (997 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||4 miles (6 km)|
Latest Killarney Holiday Reviews
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Weather Overview for Killarney
Located in a valley of some of
Because of the influence of mild south-westerly trade winds
and the nearby
Spring in Killarney is a very mild and also quiet time of the year. As summer can at times get overly crowded and busy, spring is an ideal time to vacation. With climates ranging between 9ºC to 13ºC, often peaking at 15ºC towards the middle of May and precipitation levels dropping excessively prior to the winter, spring is almost certainly the best time to holiday to Killarney.
The summer months, which typically start in May and conclude
in the middle of September, are the warmest and driest months of all. Even
though the area and some attractions (that are only open during the summertime)
can get quite crowded throughout July and August, temperatures are at their
highest and it is still a very pleasing time to holiday to Killarney. If you do
choose to holiday to Killarney during July and August, you can expect plausibly
warm weather, days with extensive hours of sunlight and a vigorous menu of
outdoor festivals. Average temperatures will generally sit around 17ºC,
commonly reaching above 20ºC. Similar to many regions throughout
A lot like spring, autumn is also a very enjoyable time to visit Killarney. Temperatures still pleasant and the busy crowds of summer have died down a great deal. October and November however, are the town’s wettest months with average precipitation levels sitting between 120mm to 135mm.
The winter months of Killarney are characterised by short,
damp, misty days and long nights. But climate will rarely fall below freezing
as a result of the moderating Gulf Stream winds that are always present
throughout the west coast of