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What to wear in Dublin?

What to wear in Dublin? This page provides information on appropriate clothes when you travel to Dublin.

Dublin is the most realistic and exciting place to go due to its historic buildings, colorful landscape, attractive streets and live music, which is the city's hallmarks. The city may be one of the smallest capital cities in Europe, but it has a reputation for stealing the hearts of all tourists since it has something to offer everyone. It is known for its magnificent cathedrals, eerie locations and hidden attractions.

We will provide you the information on appropriate clothes for the next 5 days and appropriate clothes for each season (and each month) in this city.

  1. 5 Day Clothes Forecast
  2. Clothes for Each Season

5 Day Clothes Forecast

5 day clothes forecast and weather forecast for Dublin are as follows. These are updated daily.

Dublin - Oct 06(Thursday)

During the day

A light jacket or sweater will be comfortable.

At night

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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broken clouds

Afternoon :

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light rain

Night :

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overcast clouds

Dublin - Oct 07(Friday)

During the day

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.

At night

It is cold enough to wear a coat, you will need winter clothes.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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light rain

Afternoon :

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light rain

Night :

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clear sky

Dublin - Oct 08(Saturday)

During the day

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.

At night

A jacket or coat, you will need light winter clothes.
If you are sensitive to cold, keep yourself warm.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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overcast clouds

Afternoon :

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broken clouds

Night :

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overcast clouds

Dublin - Oct 09(Sunday)

During the day

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.

At night

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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light rain

Afternoon :

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light rain

Night :

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clear sky

Dublin - Oct 10(Monday)

During the day

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.

At night

It is cold enough to wear a coat, you will need winter clothes.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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overcast clouds

Afternoon :

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overcast clouds

Night :

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overcast clouds

5 Day Clothes Forecast describes the appropriate clothes according to the weather forecast temperature.

Clothes for Each Season

This section provides information on appropriate clothes for each season, appropriate clothes for each month (Monthly Clothes Forecast) and more useful information. Monthly Clothes Forecast describes the appropriate clothes according to average high/low temperature for each month.

Appropriate Clothes for Each Season

Dublin Weather

It frequently rains in Dublin but does not make it the wettest region in Ireland. The mild climate makes it appealing as a tourist destination all year round. It is because it never gets too chilly or too hot. Due to the impact of the neighbouring water, the Irish capital has a maritime climate that makes the summer season cool and the winters tolerable with few temperature variations. That being said, researching more about the city is usually a good idea before travelling to the place.

Packing heavyweight clothes in case the day comes is essential because the area receives a lot of rainfall. The following is a comprehensive guide on Dublin's seasons and the appropriate clothes to pack for each season:

Spring Season

The spring season goes from February to April. The annual temperature is between 36 to 47 degrees Fahrenheit in February, 33 to 51 degrees Fahrenheit and 40 to 54 degrees Fahrenheit in April. Although the days won't likely be substantially hotter or longer until march, the spring season in Dublin begins in February. One of the mildest and coziest months of the year, with historically some wet days in April. It is advisable to pack breathable clothing, a lined jacket, and waterproof shoes. Jeans are always acceptable and ideal for springtime temperatures.

Summer Season

The summer season starts and ends between May and July. The average annual temperature is between 45 to 59 Fahrenheit. The average amount of precipitation is 2.28 inches in May, while June's average high and low temperatures are 64 and 69 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively. The average temperatures in July are 67 degrees and 53 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively. The summer season represents an ideal where most tourists come to visit.

It also represents the brightest period of the city visit due to the longer days and comparatively little precipitation. All those extra daylight hours might still get some sunlight via cloudy skies because the sun does not regularly shine in Dublin. Even in the summer, bringing a lightweight jacket is still advisable if one visits the city. Nevertheless, one may still see some individuals going for outdoor activities such as swimming. The suitable clothes to pack in this season are breathable cotton clothes. Remember that sunshine does not guarantee that it will not rain during that season. Umbrellas are still helpful when it is raining.

Autumn Season

The season has an average annual temperature range of around 45 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit between August and October. The autumn season can alternate between bright and warm, stormy and freezing low. Because of how quickly the weather can change, autumn can be challenging to plan. Its reputation is that the city has a comparatively sunny month. Many tourists and locals prefer travelling in August to visit places such as the emerald isle. October is the wettest month in Dublin, with an average rainfall of at least 3 inches. The suitable clothes to pack this season are waterproof footwear since there will be rainfall. It is also advisable to carry light and heavyweight garments such as jackets, sweaters, long sleeve shirts, dresses and pants.

Winter Season

Although snow is uncommon in Dublin, it is always a remote possibility during the winter when the temperature periodically drops below the freezing point. The city's northern location receives little sunlight during winter, with daylight hours varying wildly by season. Locals and tourists in Dublin make the most of the gloomy, rainy weather by spending extra time at events such as festivals and other indoor activities. A comfortable pub nook is where more nights are spent due to the short daylight hours.

The city experiences the fewest visitors throughout the winter, and it continues to operate as usual despite the weather. During this time of the year, hotel rates are also lower due to the low demand of visitors. Remember to pack a warm jacket, hat, gloves and scarf for winter travel. It is crucial for individuals like kids and older adults to carry extra clothes to avoid becoming sick during the adventure. Remember to bring water-resistant boots to keep one dry during the rainy or snowy times.

Summing it Up

Dublin has several distinctive landmarks and lovely scenery that one should visit on their own or with a group of people throughout the holidays. However, ensure that you have packed all the appropriate clothing depending on the current season in Dublin. Make sure to balance the clothes, especially if you are planning to stay in Dublin for long. It is advisable always to carry raingear because the city receives abundant rainfall.

Monthly Clothes Forecast

Monthly Clothes Forecast provides information on appropriate clothes according to average high/low temperature for each month. Links to each month are as follows.

Monthly Clothes Forecast in Dublin

monthClothes Forecast
JanDuring the day
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
At night
Same as daytime.
FebDuring the day
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
At night
Same as daytime.
MarDuring the day
Sometimes a jacket, sometimes a coat, gloves, warm hat.
At night
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
AprDuring the day
A jacket or light winter clothes.
At night
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
MayDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater. Sometimes light winter clothes.
At night
Sometimes a jacket, sometimes a coat, gloves, warm hat.
JunDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
At night
A jacket or light winter clothes.
JulDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
At night
A jacket or light winter clothes.
AugDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
At night
A jacket or light winter clothes.
SepDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
At night
A jacket or light winter clothes.
OctDuring the day
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater. Sometimes light winter clothes.
At night
Sometimes a jacket, sometimes a coat, gloves, warm hat.
NovDuring the day
Sometimes a jacket, sometimes a coat, gloves, warm hat.
At night
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
DecDuring the day
A coat, sometimes gloves and a warm hat.
At night
Same as daytime.

Monthly average temperature

Low : Average low temperature, High : Average high temperature


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