What’s the weather like in Lake Garda in October?
Sitting in the north of Italy between Milan and Verona, Lake Garda’s the largest lake in the country. The area has a fairly Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. You’ll find that temperatures are getting cooler in October as autumn takes over although the mountains to the north keep the lake water warm. Winds blow from the north from around midnight to midday, while southern winds are from midday to sunset. These are great for Lake Garda’s water sports.
The average high in Lake Garda is 19ºC in October. This cools to quite a chilly 8ºC at night so you should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings. Humidity’s low, while there’s 84mm of rain over eight days. You can expect 11 hours of daylight with five hours of sunshine at a moderate UV level. Sunset’s just before 7pm at the start of October and closer to 5pm by the end due to daylight saving.