The Weather in Dublin in June

Updated: 12 enero 2024

This post provides details about what kind of weather to expect in Dublin in June, as well as tips on what to wear and things to do, updated for 2024.

June begins the summer tourist season in Dublin. Milder temperatures and extended hours of daylight make this a great time to visit this city.  

Average Temperatures

Daytime high temperatures increase throughout June from near 16-17 C (61-62 F) early in the month, warming to near 18-19 C (65-66 F) by the month’s end. 

A few of the warmer afternoons, especially late in the month, can warm up around 21-22 C (about 71 F).

The record high temperature in Dublin during June is 25.7 C (78.3 F). 

Late night and early morning low temperatures tend to be around 8-9 C (47-48 F) early in June, warming to near 11C (51-52 F) near the end of the month.

A few of the colder mornings, particularly early in the month, can dip down near 5-6 C (about 42 F).

The record low temperature for Dublin during June is 2.1 C (35.8 F).

Dublin Walking Tours


About 14-15 days will feature sunny or at least partly sunny skies allowing ample time to explore the city and countryside.

Although 14 days, on average, report some rain, only 3 of these days will record rainfalls of 5 mm (0.2 inches) or more. 


During June, Dublin enjoys extended daylight hours, growing from 16.6 hours on the 1st and peaking at 17 hours on the 21st making this month an excellent time to visit the city.  


Wind speeds during June range mostly from gentle at 8-12 mph/12-19 kph to moderate at 13-18 mph/20-28 kph.

Ocean Temperatures

Dublin lies along the western edge of the Irish Sea which during June is still very chilly with temperatures averaging near 11-13 C (52-56 F)

What to Wear in Dublin in June?

The extended daylight hours this month and milder temperatures allow ample time to explore the outdoors. 

Bring your sunglasses but dress in layers as late-night and early-morning temperatures can be quite chilly but afternoons will tend to be mild.

Also bring both short and long-sleeved shirts, warm socks, and water-resistant walking shoes or boots. 

Jeans or other travel pants along with a lightweight jacket and a sweater will do. 

Things to Do in Dublin in June

Now that summer is here, the weather should be nice enough on most days to enjoy outdoor activities such as a pay-what-you-wish Dublin walking tour.

If you're looking for another type of outing, consider either a hop-on hop-off bus tour or a cruise instead.

This is also a great time to visit Dollymount Beach!

In addition to these activities, it's worth noting there are typically a lot of great concerts to see in June.

For even more ideas, make sure to check our full post covering things to do in Dublin in June.

Fred Pickhardt
Ocean Weather Services

About The Author

Fred Pickhardt

Fred is a marine meteorologist and sailed briefly with American Export Lines in the Far East trade. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, weather forecasting, and forensic weather event reconstructions. Fred founded Ocean Weather Services and currently provides forensic marine weather reports to the maritime industry.
Updated: enero 12th, 2024
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