What’s the weather like in Lake Garda in February?
Lake Garda is Italy’s largest lake, and lies in the north of the country between the cities of Milan and Verona. It has a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and cold winters. February is wintertime in Lake Garda, and temperatures are chilly during the month. It rains on around one in three days at this time of year, but there’s half as much rain as the wettest months of the year. If you visit in February it’s a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket as well as plenty of warm layers, and a wetsuit’s a must-have if you’re going into the lake’s water.
In February the average temperature in Lake Garda is 4ºC, reaching highs of 8ºC in the warmest part of the day. The sun shines for an average of five hours each day, so although it’s chilly, the skies are often clear and blue. Temperatures hover around freezing at night, so you’ll need your winter wardrobe if you visit at this time. Lake Garda expects just over 40mm of rain this month, spread over nine wet days.