Dublin: Live Weather
Live weather in Dublin
The latest and today's weather in Dublin, Ireland updated regularly
- Sunrise 05:21
- Sunset 21:41
|Temp feels like:||52°F (11°C)|
|Length of Day:||16h 20m|
|Pressure:||30.12" (1020 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Historic Temperatures for 19th July in Dublin
|Average High||64°F (18°C)|
|Record High||77°F (25°C) (2006)|
|Average Low||50°F (10°C)|
|Record Low||45°F (7°C) (1997)|
Weather in Dublin
Generally, summers in the amazing city of Dublin are known to be warm, comfortable, yet short-lived, while its winters are extremely long, incredibly cold and quite wet too. Most of the months here are considerably windy and the city is known to be partly cloudy all year round.
While the best time of the year to visit the lovely city of Dublin is from late June to early September when everything is warm, cosy and the outdoor weather is fuzzy, the city is an ideal vacation spot during any time of the year. Dublin's average weather conditions are most similar to Victoria in Canada considering the average temperature and humidity conditions over the year.
In the city of Dublin, the warm, summer season lasts for 3 months, from an estimated June 14th to September 13th, and recording an average daily high temperature above 63 degrees Fahrenheit. With the hottest day of the year being July 27th, the city records an average high of 67 degrees Fahrenheit and low of 54 degrees Fahrenheit.
Also, the cool season lasts for about 4.2 months, from November 17th to March 24th, with the city experiencing an average daily high temperature below 51 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest day of the year is February 18th, with an average low of 38 degrees Fahrenheit and highs of 47 degrees Fahrenheit.
Talking of clouds, the clearer part of the year in Dublin city begins around April2ndand lasts for about 6.3 months, and ends around October 11th July 12 this considered to be the clearest day of the year with the sky being clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy about 51 per cent of the time, and overcast or mostly cloudy about 49 per cent of the time.
Dublin gets cloudier beginning around October 11th and this lasts for 5.7 months, ending around April 2nd January 27th is considered to be the cloudiest day of the year, with the sky being overcast or mostly cloudy almost 67 per cent of the time, and clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy just about 33 per cent of the time.
While the wet season lasts for about 4.1 months in Dublin, from October 3rdto February 8th, the city experiences 34 per cent chance of the city experiencing rain in a day. Also, the drier season lasts 7.9 months in the year, from February 8thto October 3rd.
Dublin is best visited during the warm and sunny months (June, July, August) which is the peak tourist season here, or even during spring time (April, May) while the tourist season is yet about to begin and the sun begins to shine for significant number of hours per day.
While the spring is great to escape the high tourist prices at hotels and other places of tourist interest, you can try visiting in the early fall (September to October) if you want to escape the maddening tourist crowd. While winters are brutally harsh, Dublin can be a paradise in the winters and can take over a different charm altogether.
Winter weather in Dublin
Dublin winters can be cold and unreasonably long, and they extend from the months of December up till late February. December in general is quite a wet month and can be skipped out on your itinerary if you are a person that prefers dry, comfortable weather.
The weather in Dublin is coolest in January and this time of the year is generally considered as a tourist off-season in the region. The prices are comparatively lower and you will find better deals and great bargains if you visit in this time of the month though. If you plan on visiting Dublin during this time of the month, make sure you carry the best winter wear that you have, since winters in Dublin are chilly and harsh.
With the coolest month in the Dublin winter weather being January, the average temperature during this month hovers between 2.5 degrees Celsius and 7.5 degrees Celsius all through the month. The average temperatures in December might be a little higher with the scale going up a degree or two up both in the minimum and maximum end.
The weather in February is still very cold, and is almost the same as January. When it comes to the average sunshine hours experienced by the city during the winter months, it is noted that the month of December experiences an average of 50 hours of sunshine, January with about 55, and the month of February experiencing about 75 hours of sunshine on an average.
The sun hours experienced in December amount to about 24 per cent, January about 28 per cent and February with about 30 per cent.
The average water/sea temperature also keeps decreasing all through the course of the season, with December experiencing an average of 10 degree Celsius, January about 9 degrees Celsius, and February about 8 degrees Celsius.
The average rainfall estimate for the winter months is an average of about 19 days in December, 17 days in January and 15 days in February.
Spring weather in Dublin
With the Spring season making way during the beginning of March, the city of Dublin starts acquiring a pleasant and cheerful vibe in this time of the year. While the impact of winter is not fully gone until late March or early April, the weather starts slowly warming up somewhere around mid-April, and the weather starts gearing up for the outdoor season.
In Spring, people take time to go out into the streets, revel in the beauty of nature, go on long walks or just chill in a garden or a park. This marks the beginning of the tourist season in Dublin. Though the tourist crowd is not here fully as yet, the prices start slowly stepping up a notch or two, and the city starts preparing for the tourist season in summer.
The months of March, April and May are officially the spring months in Dublin. The average temperature in the month of March hovers between 3.5 degrees Celsius and 9 degrees Celsius all through the month.
The average temperatures in April might be a little higher with the scale going up considerably experiencing a minimum average of 4 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 11.5 degree Celsius. The average temperature in May is a minimum average of 6 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 16 degree Celsius.
When it comes to the average sunshine hours experienced by the city during the Spring months, it is noted that the month of March experiences an average of 110 hours of sunshine, April with about 155, and the month of May experiencing about 190 hours of sunshine on an average. The sun hours experienced in March amount to about 30 per cent, April about 40 per cent and May with about 41 per cent.
The average water/sea temperature also keeps increasing all through the course of the season, with March experiencing an average of 7 degree Celsius, April about 8 degrees Celsius, and May about 9 degrees Celsius. The average rainfall estimate for the spring months is an average of about 14 days in March, 14 days in April and 14 days in May.
Summer weather in Dublin
Summer season is when tourists throng to this place of cultural interest, and the rates sky rocket to sky-high rates during this time of the year. Climate or otherwise, Dublin is at its bustling best during this time of the month, and is a great time to visit with friends and family. Though it is summer in Dublin, the weather is still cool and pleasant, but a nice respite from the awfully chilly winter months.
July is known to be the driest and warmest month of the year in summer. If you are visiting during this time of the year, make sure you carry a lot of casual, cool outdoor clothing as well as some warming accessories and rain gear for the cold nights and the occasional shower.
The months of June, July and August are officially the summer months in Dublin. The average temperature in the month of June hovers between 9 degrees Celsius and 17 degrees Celsius all through the month.
The average temperatures in July might be a little higher with the scale going up considerably experiencing a minimum average of 11.5 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 16.5 degree Celsius. The average temperature in August is a minimum average of 11 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 16 degree Celsius.
When it comes to the average sunshine hours experienced by the city during the summer months, it is noted that the month of June experiences an average of 175 hours of sunshine, July with about 180, and the month of August experiencing about 155 hours of sunshine on an average.
The sun hours experienced in June amount to about 39 per cent, July about 32 per cent and August with about 38 per cent. The average water/sea temperature also keeps increasing all through the course of the season, with June experiencing an average of 11 degree Celsius, July about 13 degrees Celsius, and August about 14 degrees Celsius. The average rainfall estimate for the summer months is an average of about 15 days in June, 17 days in July and 17 days in August.
Autumn weather in Dublin
Autumn weather in Ireland often brings in cold weather and sunny days in unison, and with its wonderful landscapes and sceneries, the city is absolutely mesmerizing to watch. Autumn months in Dublin are picturesque and beautiful, and the lovely city takes over activities and events with full swing. A great season to just chill and have a great time, this season also sees a rush of the tourist crowd, yet not as much as summer.
If Dublin during the autumn months is on your itinerary, pack some winter wear too as the gradually dropping temperatures may catch you off-guard. All in all, this is a beautiful and fascinating time to visit the dreamy city of Dublin!
The months of September, October and November are officially the autumn months in Dublin. The average temperature in the month of September hovers between 8.5 degrees Celsius and 18 degrees Celsius all through the month.
The average temperatures in October might be a little lower with the scale going down considerably experiencing a minimum average of 6.5 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 16 degree Celsius. The average temperature in November is a minimum average of 4.5 degrees Celsius and a maximum average of 13.5 degree Celsius.
When it comes to the average sunshine hours experienced by the city during the autumn months, it is noted that the month of September experiences an average of 126 hours of sunshine, October with about 98, and the month of November experiencing about 74 hours of sunshine on an average. The sun hours experienced in September amount to about 33 per cent, October about 31 per cent and November with about 25 per cent.
The average water/sea temperature also keeps decreasing all through the course of the season, with September experiencing an average of 14 degree Celsius, October about 13 degrees Celsius, and November about 12 degrees Celsius. The average rainfall estimate for the autumn months is an average of about 17 days in September, 15 days in October and 17 days in November.