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Ireland has a temperate climate. The prevailing westerly winds that blow in from the Atlantic Ocean bring warm air from the North Atlantic Drift that bathes our coast. These winds sooth the heat of summer and temper the severity of winter, making the climate playable throughout the year.
While there may be the odd heat wave during summer months when temperatures can soar, the more likely weather in Ireland is that of sunny spells mixed with cloudy and overcast conditions. Temperatures hover around 20 degrees Celsius during the summer months and 8 degrees Celsius during the colder winter months.
The most popular months to visit are the summer months from May to September. The longest days of summer are ideal for golfing as they easily allow for 36 holes in one day.