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Exploring Irlande

The city of Irlande has some interesting things to see and do. Popular attractions in and around Irlande include:

  • Les 3 Monts
  • Ski Mont Adstock
  • Saint Daniel Visitors Centre - Parc National de Frontenac
  • Lac Aylmer
  • Mount-Ham Regional Park
  • Club de Golf et Curling de Thetford
  • Karting Paintball Thetford

When is the Best Time to Explore Irlande?

If you're curious when is the best time of year to explore Irlande, you may find this information about seasonal weather helpful when you are organising your getaway. The warmest months in Irlande are typically July and June, whereas the coldest months are usually January and February. The months with the most rain are July and June, whereas February and January have the least.

Here's a rundown on how much rain you can expect and what the temperatures are going to be like:

  • From January to March, the average daytime temperature is 6°C and at night it is -18°C. Seasonal average rainfall is 232 mm.
  • If you visit between April and June, you can expect an average temp of 26°C during the day and -6°C at night. Average rainfall during this season is 287 mm.
  • The daytime average temp from July to September is 26°C and the night-time average is 4°C. Average precipitation for this season is 305 mm.
  • Between October and December, the average temp during the day is 16°C and -13°C at night. Seasonal average rain is 265 mm.
  • The average annual rainfall in Irlande is 1090 mm.