What’s the weather like in Florence in February?
Florence is in the north of Italy and has a humid subtropical climate that’s slightly more on the warmer side of things. February is quite chilly with temperatures beginning to warm up towards the end of the month.
Florence weather in February is cold and damp with quite a lot of rainfall over the month. While snow is common in winter, it tends to fall in December rather than February. The city has four distinct seasons similar to the UK with winter having the lowest temperatures of the year. Make sure to pack plenty of warm jackets and winter clothes for your visit as temperatures rarely increase above 10°C.
The average temperature is a chilly 7°C that gradually decreases to just 3°C after dark. There are six hours of sunshine per day, which has increased by an hour since last month. There’s a 60% chance of cloud coverage in February, which may affect how much sun you’ll get on your holiday. The average rainfall is around 49mm, which means you can expect eight rainy days scattered over the month.