Climate in Rome: when to go

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Annual average climate in Rome

Below is a summary of the climate averages over the whole year in Rome:

  • Minimum annual temperature: 11°C
  • Average annual temperature: 16°C
  • Maximum annual temperature: 21°C
  • Precipitation: 66 mm/month (with 8 rainy days/month)

Monthly climate normals

Min / Max Precipitation
January 3 ° / 12 ° 78mm / 10 days
february 3 ° / 13 ° 71mm / 9 days
March 6 ° / 16 ° 63mm / 9 days
April 9 ° / 19 ° 61mm / 10 days
may 13 ° / 24 ° 82mm / 8 days
June 17 ° / 28 ° 15mm / 4 days
July 19 ° / 31 ° 23mm / 3 days
August 20 ° / 31 ° 32mm / 4 days
September 16 ° / 27 ° 66mm / 8 days
October 12 ° / 22 ° 71mm / 9 days
November 8 ° / 17 ° 119mm / 12 days
December 5 ° / 13 ° 106mm / 13 days

Weather forecasts have been calculated using values ​​from the ROMA CIAMPINO weather station. The latter is located in Italy, 13 km from Rome and is located at an altitude of 105 meters.





The best time to go (and the worst)

Also, here are some questions that should allow you to choose the best time to stay in Rome, or the periods to exclude.

Which are the hottest months in Rome?

In Rome, the months of the year with the highest maximum temperatures are:
July (with 31°C), August (with 31°C), June (with 28°C), …


What are the coldest months?

The months of the year with the lowest average temperatures in Rome are:
January (with 8°C), february (with 8°C), December (with 9°C), …

Which are the driest months in Rome?

In Rome, the months of the year with the fewest rainy days are:
July (with 3 rainy days/month), August (with 4 rainy days/month), June (with 4 rainy days/month), …

What are the rainiest months?

The months with the most rainy days in Rome are:
December (with 13 rainy days/month), November (with 12 rainy days/month), January (with 10 rainy days/month), …


What is the weather around?

Nearby cities with a similar climate

These cities very close to Rome could have quite similar climatic normals:
Acilia-Castel Fusano-Ostia Antica (21 km from Rome), Lido di Ostia (26 km), Guidonia Montecelio (21 km), Marino (18 km), Monterotondo (20 km), Ciampino (13 km), Fiumicino (at 26 km), Casal Palocco (at 21 km), Albano Laziale (at 22 km), Pomezia (at 25 km), …

Around Rome

You might also be interested in these cities:
Acilia-Castel Fusano-Ostia Antica (21 km from Rome), Ladispoli (37 km), Terni (75 km), Grosseto (151 km), Fabriano (164 km), Santa Maria Capua Vetere (171 km), Campobasso (at 183 km), Naples (at 187 km), …

In Italie

Check the weather forecasts for other major cities in Italy:
Milan (479 km from Rome), Naples (187 km), Turin (526 km), Palermo (424 km), Bologna (305 km), Catania (536 km), Messina (486 km) , Verona (412 km away), Padua (394 km away), Trieste (430 km away), …

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