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The climate of Ireland is mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Ireland's climate is defined as a temperate oceanic climate, or Cfb on the Köppen climate classification system, a classification it shares with most of northwest Europe. The country receives generally cool summers and mild winters. It is considerably warmer than other areas on its latitude, because it lies in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, and as a result is warmed by the North Atlantic Current all year.

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  • Климат Ирландии
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  • Ирландия имеет сильно океанический климат типа Cfb. Температуры в течение года немного меняются, а температуры более 25 °C или ниже -5 °C редки. Погода очень неустойчивая, и в течение дня, даже часов или минут обычно сильно меняется. Дождь бывает короткий, но может быть несколько раз в день. Осадки выпадают весь год не равномерно. Во всей Ирландии (кроме гор) средняя температура самого тёплого месяца около 15°C, а самого холодного около 5 °C.
  • The climate of Ireland is mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Ireland's climate is defined as a temperate oceanic climate, or Cfb on the Köppen climate classification system, a classification it shares with most of northwest Europe. The country receives generally cool summers and mild winters. It is considerably warmer than other areas on its latitude, because it lies in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, and as a result is warmed by the North Atlantic Current all year.
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  • The climate of Ireland is mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Ireland's climate is defined as a temperate oceanic climate, or Cfb on the Köppen climate classification system, a classification it shares with most of northwest Europe. The country receives generally cool summers and mild winters. It is considerably warmer than other areas on its latitude, because it lies in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, and as a result is warmed by the North Atlantic Current all year. As a small island downwind of a large ocean, the climate of Ireland is profoundly impacted by that ocean. The Atlantic overturning circulation, which includes ocean currents such as the North Atlantic Current, moves heat northwards, which is then carried by the prevailing winds towards Ireland. This leads to Dublin being 4 °C warmer than Seattle on the west coast of America, in spite of Dublin being further north by 6° and both cities having a marine climate. The prevailing wind blows from the southwest, breaking on the high mountains of the west coast. Rainfall is therefore a particularly prominent part of western Irish life, with Valentia Island, off the west coast of County Kerry, getting almost twice as much annual rainfall as Dublin on the east (1,400 mm or 55.1 in vs. 762 mm or 30.0 in). January and February are the coldest months of the year, and mean daily air temperatures fall between 4 and 7 °C (39.2 and 44.6 °F) during these months. July and August are the warmest, with mean daily temperatures of 14 to 16 °C (57.2 to 60.8 °F), whilst mean daily maximums in July and August vary from 17 to 18 °C (62.6 to 64.4 °F) near the coast, to 19 to 20 °C (66.2 to 68.0 °F) inland. The sunniest months are May and June, with an average of five to seven hours sunshine per day. Though extreme weather events in Ireland are comparatively rare when compared with other countries in the European Continent, they do occur. Atlantic depressions, occurring mainly in the months of December, January and February, can occasionally bring winds of up to 160 km/h or 99 mph to Western coastal counties, with the winter of 2013/14 being the stormiest on record. The summer months, and particularly around late July/early August, thunderstorms can develop.
  • Ирландия имеет сильно океанический климат типа Cfb. Температуры в течение года немного меняются, а температуры более 25 °C или ниже -5 °C редки. Погода очень неустойчивая, и в течение дня, даже часов или минут обычно сильно меняется. Дождь бывает короткий, но может быть несколько раз в день. Осадки выпадают весь год не равномерно. Во всей Ирландии (кроме гор) средняя температура самого тёплого месяца около 15°C, а самого холодного около 5 °C.
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