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Dublin Weather Forecast: A showery start to the week is predicted for Ireland’s capital

The city of Dublin is a great spot for shopping, culture and nightlife but rain often puts a dampener on plans with this week no exception.

According to Irish Meteorological Service, Met Eireann, Dublin weather will bring a mixture of sunny spells and showers to the capital.

Temperatures, however, are set to remain considerably high for the Emerald Isle, leaving the city feeling humid throughout the day.

A
muggy start

Monday in Dublin will bring a rather muggy start to the week with highs of 18C in the city.

Showers will keep conditions wet throughout
the day with a risk of some becoming heavy and even thundery in the afternoon.

Westerly winds may help coastal areas feel cooler but the centre of Dublin will feel humid and damp for the most part.

Scattered showers will clear towards the
evening with temperatures dropping as low as 9C overnight.

Winds will die down and any rain will pass, leaving a rather pleasant night for any celebrations or late entertainment plans.

More
rain to come

Dry conditions are forecast not to last
into Tuesday with more rain predicted to sweep Dublin well into the afternoon.

Where showers are not heavy there will
still be fine drizzle falling, which any Irish person will tell you can result
in getting just as soaked if you stay out in it long enough.

Highs of 18C will keep Dublin weather feeling warm and uncomfortable at times, especially if caught in a downpour.

Southwesterly winds will stay light throughout the day making it rather pleasant to walk around the city in between showers.

According to Dublin weather experts, however, Tuesday appears to be more suitable for visiting indoor events and galleries rather than browsing shop windows.

Conditions are set to dry up again
overnight which may be good news for people with dinner plans in the city.

But come Wednesday, a similar outlook is
forecast with more showers, highs of 18C and drizzly damp air potentially
scuppering plans.

Brightening
up

The wet Dublin weather is predicted to
finally lift throughout Wednesday night with temperatures dropping as low as
11C.

Conditions will continue to stay dry into
Thursday morning with temperatures gradually creeping to highs of 22C in the
city.

The sun will finally break through the clouds late morning, offering a perfect day to enjoy our fine capital.

Dublin has so much to offer and even more when the sun shines, so make the most of Thursday if you can.

A stroll around St. Stephen’s Green, a
shopping spree down Grafton Street or a pint in Temple Bar are just some of the
best ways to gear up for the weekend.

Street performers in Dublin offer some of the best talents you will see all year so be sure to stop and listen to them as you take in the sights.

And if the wet Dublin weather has dampened your city vibes, hop on the Dart to Howth for an afternoon meandering the harbour.

Dive in and explore the city like a local.

Read our tips on where to go, what to do and what not to miss…

In compact Dublin, you can easily cover a lot of ground on your own

From nocturnal pub crawling (for educational purposes) to high-adrenaline outdoor activities to fun family-friendly pursuits, choices abound.

You might start with the capital’s supremo tourist attraction, the Guinness Storehouse. Most people do.

Prefer being under the watchful eye of a knowledgeable guide?

There are tons of tours – walking, traveling by bicycle or bus, amphibious vehicle or horse-drawn cart…or even by boat or kayak.

However you choose to get about, you can also experience the true spirit of traditional Irish culture and history through architecture, dance, storytelling, music, theatre, museums and galleries.

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