Ireland weather

Our guide to the weather in Ireland destination during March


Average high


UV Index


Monthly rainfall



We've looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Ireland, covering the last 12 years up to 2022, plus we've asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Ireland weather in March.

What's the temperature like in Ireland during March?

The temperature reaches around 10℃ during the daytime in March, falling away to 2℃ at night. The UV index will be low at this time of year, so not something to worry about. However, if you're going to be outside for long periods it's always a good idea to apply a small amount of sunscreen to exposed skin.

Does it snow in Ireland during March?

Possibly. There's a chance of snow during March but not as much as you might think. Check the local forecast before you leave home so that you can pack appropriate footwear and clothing.

Does it rain in Ireland during March?

On average, there will be 8 rainy days during the month, amounting to 86.3mm in total. That's a significant amount of rain. For comparison, the wettest months in the UK typically sees between 80mm and 100mm, depending on where you are. There's a small chance that you'll catch a thunderstorm during your trip.

Whoops, we don't have any matching deals at the moment. Try amending your search filters (above) or try again later.

Join the club...

Be the first to hear about discounted holidays, flash sales and amazing travel competitions to Ireland!

Things to do in Ireland

Ireland Blog posts

From Ireland's most popular travel bloggers


18th November 2022 by Journalist On The Run

Dublin in Winter – Unique places to explore

Usually, when planning a trip, the preferred time to visit Ireland is in the Summer. Despite the rain, the locals are always friendly, and it’s an off-tourist season, so seeing attractions is much easier… Winter in Dublin also makes for a significantly more affordable trip with fewer tourists and a more relaxing atmosphere. Make sure to dress warmly and bring an extra beanie to enjoy everything Ireland offers in the winter....


17th October 2022 by Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Haunted pubs in Ireland where you can drink with a ghost

Being the birthplace of Halloween, it’s no wonder that Ireland takes one of the top spots for most haunted countries in the world. I’ve already shared some of the most haunted castles in Ireland, some of which you can even sleep in. However, you don’t have to head to a castle to find a ghost in Ireland. You can have a drink with them too. Here are some of the most haunted pubs in Ireland....


29th April 2022 by The Travel Expert

12 things to do in Wicklow with kids

Water sports, greenways, family walks and fairy trails, there are many things to do in Wicklow with kids. Here are some of my favourites. Living so close to the Garden of Ireland, I have been fortunate to visit Wicklow with my kids on many occasions. We have enjoyed many walks around Glendalough, visited the family attractions of Sea Life and Clara Lara, enjoyed many beach days in Brittas Bay as well as days out in Powerscourt....


11th February 2022 by Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

The best pubs in Dublin - According to locals!

Ireland is my home away from home and holds a special place in my heart and while Galway, which is where I lived, will always be my number 1 I do have a soft spot for Dublin as well. Yes it’s busier and more expensive but its a really great city to explore and has some fantastic pubs to grab a pint, a meal, or just to hang out and escape the rain. In this post, I’m going to share some of the best pubs in Dublin. ...


10th February 2022 by Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

The best pubs in Galway: Music, pints, and Irish craic

Anyone who’s been to Ireland knows that as amazing as Dublin’s pubs may be, the real craic is in Galway. Sure, I may be biased as Galway was once a place that I called home, but I’m not alone in my thoughts. Even the locals agree that Galway’s craic is top notch, with many of them choosing to spend their weekends or holidays in Ireland’s famous west coast town to drink at some of the best pubs in Galway. ...


8th February 2022 by Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Solo travel in Ireland: Why I love and recommend it

Ireland is my favourite country. As the first place I ever visited I now consider the emerald isle to be my home away from home and have returned multiple times. With stunning scenery, friendly locals, and delicious food I think Ireland is a must-visit for anyone. But, if you don’t have any to go with- don’t let it stop you. Ireland is perfect for solo travel. So pack your bag, grab your passport, and book a flight because you are going to love solo travel in Ireland. Here’s why. ...


23rd June 2021 by Borders And Beyond

Crone Woods hike | Finding a hidden valley in the Wicklow Mountains

Crone Woods Hike | Finding a hidden Valley in the Wicklow Mountains We found a hidden valley in the Wicklow Mountains. Have you ever been to Crone woods? Located close to Enniskerry, Crone woods is one of our favourite hikes in Wicklow to date. The hike brings you to a viewpoint which looks down over the grounds of Powerscourt waterfall, with amazing views of the waterfall from above, as well as the Sugar Loaf in the distance. If you continue on the yellow trail of the hike, you will end...

Weather in Ireland

Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Ireland


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in


Ireland weather in