Sunny Summer Solstice, Ireland 2017

Relaxing in the summer sun, Howth Relaxing in the summer sun, Howth

It isn't always hot in Ireland, in fact the first two weeks of June 2017 saw colder than usual temperatures and, in places, double the rainfall average for the whole month.

Today, the longest day of the year has been hot, along with the past few days we have seen temperatures of over 28C.

Here on Howth Pier in County Dublin this elderly couple were enjoying the afternoon summer sun on the stone wall, and why not?

To answer the often asked questions "Is it ever sunny in Ireland?" and "Does it rain all the time?" here is proof.

It isn't always raining, cold and grey; very often it is sunny and warm, on occasions hot.

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 22:17
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