The climate in Belfast is very similar to the climate in Dublin. It might be interesting to know that the highest temperature ever measured in Belfast was only a bit more than 30 Celsius. One of the dangers with Belfast is the fact that it rains almost without stop, and the capital of Northern Ireland has more than 210 rain days a year, according to the statistics.
The winters are not to cold in Belfast, and it is normally not much colder than 0 Celsius. The coldest temperature ever measured in Northern Ireland was -9,9 in 1982, but the average temperature in for example January is above 1 Celsius.
If you are curious about the weather in Belfast right now, check it out beneath this text.