Summer in Dublin
Dublin summers are normally refreshing. The hottest month of the year is July with minimum temperatures of 11ºC (53ºF) and maximums of 20ºC (68ºF). Although it is one of the driest seasons, rainfall is quite common, especially in August.
Winter in Dublin
The coldest months of the year are January and February with average temperatures of 2ºC to 8ºC (36ºF - 46ºF). Winters in Dublin are not usually very cold and it is rare for it to snow or freeze. Nevertheless, due to a high level of humidity, it always feels colder than what the thermometer shows.
If you visit Dublin in winter, you’ll enjoy less rain, as January and February receive less rain than autumn and spring.
Best time to visit Dublin
Dublin is the perfect destination to visit throughout the entire year, since it has a temperate climate. Each station is charming in its own way and offers a unique vision of the city. However, if you can choose, we recommend traveling in summer, since the days are longer and warmer.
Whether you choose to visit Ireland’s capital in spring, summer, autumn or winter, it is important to keep in mind that the city’s climatology is unstable. This means that even if there is a beautiful blue sky in the morning, it can get cloudy and rain several times throughout the same day.