hey does anyone live in Ireland cause I am going to collage there after I graduation in high school in 2010 I want to now if it is warm in the spring and summer and if it is cool in the fall and winter? And can you have a husky living that far down?
I spent the summer in Ireland for two years. Since it is in the Northern Hemisphere like the U.S., the seasons are similar to places in the northern part of our continent.
The temperature remains relatively moderate throughout the year, never getting too hot to or too cold. Temperatures typically range between 40 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit (4 to10 Celsius) in the winter months and 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (16 to 21 Celsius) in the summer months.
However, it rains quite a lot, so be prepared.
As for having a husky in Ireland...I don't see why you can't have a husky there. You're actually not living "down" in Ireland, you're living up- it is 53 degrees north of the equator. However, if you want to bring your own dog, it may have to be quarantined for up to 6 months before being allowed in the country.
Hope that helps.
What does HUSKY LIVING mean go to any weather website in Ireland for yearly temp averages.All I can say as a an Irish born person in summer ,JULY -AUGUST its not going to get over 70 too often.But the landscape is beautiful so you dont seem, too notice the colder weather too much.It never gets seriously cold either...not like you may have in Maine or Vermont for example HUGH
hi john ere,im from ireland.ya we used to get a lot of rain,but in recent years its gone milder.the winters arent that cold and we can get realy hot summers.ull av no problem with bringing ur husky,plenty of wildlife for him r her too chase.i know i had one when i was younger and he loved it ere.best of luck,look me up when ur over.im heading to america for a year nxt year..
haha i started BURSTIN my side laughin when i read this!! SUN, in IRELAND??! iv been livin der my whole life and every winter is a downpour, and it depends about the summer. this year it never stopped raining! so ur in 4 a fright, my friend!
Sure, there's nothin' so soft and gentle as Irish rain. An believe me, you'll see some! Get the Husky a raincoat! But you'll never see as lush a green as you'll see there, either!
it s horrible place to live. dont waist your time coming! cold for the whole year and horrible food. It 's really depressing! go to australia.
My Great G-ma and G-pa do. Haha, but they are dead.
irelands sun comes once a year.and rains the rest.