Italy exhibits extremely diverse weather conditions. The weather in Italy remains stable during summers but climatic conditions keep varying in the autumn, winter, and spring seasons.
The Italy weather varies from place to place. The inland northern areas of Italy experience continental climate, while the coastal areas of Liguria and the peninsula south of Florence experience the Mediterranean climate. The winters are mild and the summers are hot and dry. The climatic conditions of the coastal areas of the peninsula are quite different to that of the interior regions, especially in the winter months. The regions at higher altitudes experience a cold and wet climate and it frequently snows in these regions.
There is a notable difference between the temperature of the northern and southern regions, especially in winters. For example, if Milan experiences snow and temperature there falls by -2 ° C, then in Rome temperature might be +12°C and in Palermo it would be +18°C. Summers are moderately the same everywhere throughout Italy .
January is the coldest month and the 29 th , 30th, 31st of January are the coldest days. Thus, in the native language they are called "giornate Della merla" which means "days of the black bird". February is equally cold and freezing and Italians call it "corto e maledetto" which means "short and accursed".
March is the month of unpredictable weather. Italians call it "Marzo è pazzarello" which means "March is crazy". The weather is quite chilly, windy and rainy. The days get longer and spring creeps in from the 21 st of March. April with a warm climate is the month of tourist in Italy . Italians call it "Natale con i tuoi, Pasqua con chi vuoi" which means "Christmas with the family".
The month of May is warm with lovely roses blooming across Italy . June with the longest day 21 st of June experiences weather quite similar to that in May, but it gets extremely hot towards the end. Especially the southern areas experience great heat.
July and August are extremely hot. September is the finest time to visit Italy . The temperature starts falling and the weather becomes dry marking the beginning of autumn from September 23.
In October the days are bright and sunny and called "ottobrate romane" by the Italians. The temperature is often very low in the northern regions of Italy and the regions at higher altitudes, especially during the night.November has short days and the weather usually is quite rainy though not very cold. December holds the shortest days of the year with temperature falling extremely.
Last Updated on: December 2nd, 2017