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Temperature in Ireland in March

In Ireland in March the average maximum daytime temperatures are low and range from 10°C in Greencastle to 12°C in Ballybunion. Nighttime temperatures generally drop to 5°C in Ballybunion and 5°C in Greencastle.

What is the temperature of the different cities in Ireland in March?

Explore the map below to discover average March temperatures at the top destinations in Ireland. For a deeper dive, simply click on any destination dot.

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Legend very warm warm pleasant moderate cold very cold
Very warm means maximum temperatures above 30°C. Warm: 22°C to 30°C. Pleasant: 18°C to 22°C Moderate: 12°C to 18°C. Cold: 2°C to 12°C. Very cold: lower than 2°C

  • What is the warmest city in March in Ireland?
  • According to our recent database analysis, Ballybunion is the warmest city. It experiences an average maximum daytime temperature of approximately 12°C and rarely drops below 5°C during the night.

  • What is the coldest city in March in Ireland?
  • For the month of March, Greencastle is the most temperate city in Ireland based on our records. With highs averaging 10°C and nighttime temperatures dipping to around 5°C.

  • How much sun does Ireland get in March?
  • Dublin enjoys a balanced 110 hours of sunlight. This makes it neither too overcast nor too sunny.

  • What is the water's temperature in March?
  • The water temperature averages approximately 10°C in Belmullet this month, so not the best month to swim.

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