Ireland

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Weather to go

Weather in Ireland can be quite unpredictable, due to the surrounding Atlantic Ocean.  Summer temperatures (in May through August) can range from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius, and daylight can last for nearly 18 hours. Winter temperatures are usually around 8 degrees Celsius, with infrequent cold snaps that result in snow. Peak season for visitors is in summer, but the country experiences relatively mild weather all year round.

 
 
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