Average weather in September in Dublin (Dublin County), Ireland

The average minimum temperature (usually the minimum temperature is noted during the night) in Dublin in September is 10.0°C (50°F). The amount of rain in September is normal with an average of 66mm (2.6in). It rains on average a total of 10 days. The average maximum daytime temperature lies around 17.0°C (62.6°F). The sun will occasionally show itself with 128 hours of sunshine during the whole month.


So what to wear in September? Bring a rain jacket just in case since it will be raining a few days during this period. Plan on layering your clothes. Some days or part of the day it will be nice and warm and some moments it can be a bit chilly. With a water temperature of around 14.8°C (58.64°F), there is no need to bring your swimwear.

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For other monthly average weather and what to do in September look at the numbers below.

Monthly Averages in September

Show in Celsius

Min Temperature 50 °F
Max Temperature 62 °F
Water Temperature 58 °F
Chance of Rain 33%
Precipitation 3 in
Rainy Days 10
Sunshine Hours 128

Where to stay in Dublin

What To Do

We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in .

Swimming
6/10
Cycling
6/10
Walking
6/10
Camping
8/10
Outdoor sports
10/10

Weather Forecasts for Dublin (Dublin County)

FRI Jan 21
48°F | 34°F
Sunny

Sunny

SAT Jan 22
47°F | 34°F
Cloudy

Cloudy

SUN Jan 23
47°F | 35°F
Sunny

Sunny

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