Limerick is located in the south of Ireland's west coast. Limerick's climate is moderated by the North Atlantic Current, which keeps the winters mild. Winter is also the wettest time, but it can rain any time in Limerick.
Limerick's weather is very changeable and unpredictable. You can swim June through August, which is the best time to visit for folks who like it warm. May has the most sunshine, despite a spike in rainfall in the month. It rains more in winter, but the sun will shine a majority of winter days.
You don't travel to Limerick 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 Limerick, Ireland.
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