Belfast is located in the Eastern side of Northern Ireland, an inland position that keeps it dryer than the western cities. Winter days are short, but you can also enjoy long summer evenings. Winter is also the wettest time, but it can rain any time in Belfast.
April through October is the best time to visit Belfast. You'll never swelter in summer, the record high in Belfast is 82 degrees in August.
Be prepared for some rain (it rains over 200 days a year on average) but there is adequate sunshine in summer and between rains.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Belfast, Ireland.
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