Ireland does get snow on occasion, especially in the higher elevations. Answer 1 of 9: On Tripadvisor's Dublin travel forum, travellers are asking questions and offering advice on topics like "Hi, What season is the snowfall in Dublin? The rain can make it feel colder than it is, so a warm waterproof winter coat will keep you warm. Each place has a total for how many days it usually snows this month and for the number of days with snow lying on the ground. Thanks for the quick response. Answer 1 of 9: Hi, What season is the snowfall in Dublin?

Snow is never country wide and seldom lasts more than 24 hours as "Snow" except on high ground. The month's snow totals given here are averages of weather data collected during 1981 to 2010. That's what I'm afraid of, that we might not get to walk around and enjoy the place if the snow's going to be everywhere. ". Despite what some sources may claim, Irish tourism IS open for business in the winter. Open for Business.

Dublin,Belfast,Cork,Galway.are the largest cities with Limerick,Waterford, Derry among other cities on the Island. It usually doesn’t stay on the ground for more than 24 hours, but every couple of years a notable storm finds its way to the Emerald Isle. Cities do not ,so far, get snowbound.

3. Snow days look fun and great. Occasionally, the temperature drops below freezing and apart from a few brief periods of cold, snow is rare. "Disruptive" snow is forecast for the country, as well as bitter temperatures as low as -7C.

While snow in Ireland looks like this… 2. :) by "just cold, just wet", do you mean the ground won't be covered in snow?

The tables below give monthly averages for snowfall during December at cities and other locations around Ireland.
December Snowfall Averages for Ireland.

Snow is cleared in two seconds abroad. Hi fuchsiagirlEngland! Source: Johan Lange. Ireland shuts down for a day. Been googling December Dublin weather and saw photos of everything being covered in snow. : Get Dublin travel advice on Tripadvisor's Dublin travel forum. Source: infomatique.