What’s the weather like in Italy in June?
In June, Italy’s Mediterranean climate sees the beginning of a warm, dry summer across the country. In the north of Italy temperatures are usually slightly cooler than the south, but with sunshine across every region this is the perfect time of year for discovering Italy’s historic sights and picturesque coasts. There’s still a chance of rain showers in June, so make sure you pack wisely and bring a light jacket.
At this time of year, Rome has mild temperatures with an average of 20°C at the start of June, slowly warming up to 24°C as the month goes on. With plenty of sunshine and little chance of rain, it’s a great time to explore the Italian capital. Temperatures in Milan hover around 22°C, but with highs of 28°C you’ll still need lots of sun cream. With 73mm of rain expected in the city over the month, it’s worth packing a waterproof jacket too. In Sicily, the daytimes are hot and temperatures after dark stay a warm 18°C.