Which county in Ireland gets the most rain?
The wettest place in Ireland is the area of the Maumturk and Partry mountains of counties Mayo and Galway, which receive annually over 2400 mm of rain.
Where in Ireland has the best weather?
For the warmest weather…
Valentia Island is the warmest spot in Ireland with an average annual temperature of 10.9 ºC. Nevertheless, it also experiences a lot of rain – almost twice as much as Dublin City annually in fact!
Does it rain more in Cork than Dublin?
The climate in Cork is rainier and colder than Dublin – and that’s official. Figures from Met Éireann show average rainfall in the Rebel County is a spirit-dampening 1,207mm, while in Dublin it is a less moist 732mm.
Is Ireland the wettest country in the world?
The record provides monthly rainfall totals representing the island for each month since January 1711, and means that Ireland now has one of the longest, quality assured rainfall records anywhere in the world.
What is the nicest county in Ireland?
Below is the full list of Ireland’s Most Livable Counties and with their scores:
- Waterford (74)
- Wexford (69)
- Donegal (67)
- Cork (63)
- Wicklow (61)
- Galway (61)
- Clare (61)
- Dublin (58)