What is the temperature like in Rome?

Is Rome sunny, rainy, windy?

Temperatures in Rome vary depending on when you plan to visit. The coldest months in Rome are in the winter like December, January, and February. During these months the temperature ranges from about 30-60 degrees Fahrenheit, or 2-13 degrees Celsius. Cooler months include spring and fall months where the lowest temperature is typically around 43 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celsius) and the highest temperature usually reaches around 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius). The hottest months to visit are of course in the summer. The temperature begins to increase in May and significantly increases throughout June and continues all the way until September and sometimes even October. During the high season the temperature usually doesn't drop below 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit (11-14 degrees Celsius) and can reach 90-100 degrees Fahrenheit (32-37 degrees Celsius). Rainy days are very few in summer - less than 6 per month. The most rainy period is from late October to mid January.

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