Weather of the Irish Capital of Food is rather similar to climate of the rest of country. Humid and warm air masses from above the North Atlantic Current are brought by western winds. Those air masses are resulting significant precipitation of over 1200 mm (47.2”) per year and narrow range of temperatures.
Ireland is located on the island of same name to west from Great Britain. The relief of the country is hilly lowlands on lime geological foundation bordered by coastal cliffs. The highest point of Ireland is Carrauntoohil 1038.6 m (3407 ft.) in northern part of the island. About 10% of territory is peat-swamp.
Ireland is located on island in northern part of the Atlantic Ocean with all implied features of weather. Western coasts of the island are warmed by air masses and waters of the North Atlantic current. But with warmth comes humidity so annual amount of precipitation in western Ireland reaches 1600 (63”) mm while in eastern and central areas there is up 1000 mm (39.7 “).