Cork is located on the southwest of Ireland. Its temperature is moderated by the North Atlantic Current. Late fall and winter are the wettest times.
While Cork's temperatures throughout the year are nearly the same as Dublin's, Cork has considerably more rainfall, especially in the colder months.
May through August are good times to visit Cork. Early fall is good, too. The Guiness Jazz festival is in October. You'll have the best chance for sunny and warm weather in July and August, although you'll have to share it with throngs of people.
You don't travel to Cork for the weather, whenever you go. Be prepared for a little rain, and enjoy your time there.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Cork, Ireland.
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Garnish House (value)