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How many hours of day light is their in Ireland in the summer.?


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murnip
It doesn't get properly dark until 10.30 or 11pm in June and July

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D. Regan
17-18 hours, depending if you are in the north of Ireland or the south of Ireland.(more daylight up north)

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bluebell
Depends on the month. Full daylight starts well before 5 am in early July, dark after 11 pm. It's now September, this morning fully bright about 7 am, needed lights on inside just before 9 pm

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Tribbles
Well June 21st or 22nd is considered the longest day in Ireland. Those dates are when the sunlight hours are the longest in the year. May-July the sun rises at about around 5.00-6.30 am and does not go down until about 10.30-11.00pm.
It starts to decline in August and so on. Yesterday, it started setting at around 9.00pm.
Our summer is ending. I am getting quite depressed.

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michelle d
there is about 16 hours of daylight


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