Ireland’s weather is a bit unpredictable but never extreme. If you’re going to visit Ireland, you should pick clothes for warmer weather but also be prepared for rain showers. As you can imagine, talking about the weather is a topic well discussed by the Irish (and tourists as well).
If rain showers are something common in Ireland, you won’t usually see snow except on the mountains. But snowing does happen (more often with the recent climate changes) and knowing how to say “Snow” in Irish Gaelic (plus making some sentences with the word) can be a great conversational tool.
Watch the following pronunciation video and learn how to say “Snow” in Irish Gaelic.
How To Say – “Snow” in Irish Gaelic
How to say “Snow” in Irish Gaelic
Tá sé ag cur sneachta.
/Taw shay egg kur shokh-ta/
It is snowing.
Bhí an áit faoi bhrat sneachta
/Vee on awch fwee vrot shnokh-ta/
The place was under a blanket of snow.