What’s the weather like in Lake Garda in September?
Lake Garda’s the largest lake in Italy, sitting in the north of the country between Milan and Verona. This location gives it a fairly Mediterranean climate with things starting to cool down a bit in September after the peak summer months. Lake Garda’s weather makes it even more appealing and you can look forward to plenty of warm weather if you’re going in September, although it’s one of the year’s wettest months. You’ll get slightly higher temperatures than other parts of northern Italy because of the mountains to the north that help the lake retain heat. Northern winds blow from around midnight to mid-morning while southern winds blow from midday to sunset, making it great for water sports.
The average high in Lake Garda is 25ºC in September, which drops to 14ºC at night. You should bring some warmer things for the evenings as things can get a bit cool. Humidity’s low, while there’s 66mm of rain over eight days. You can expect 13 hours of daylight with seven hours of sunshine at a moderate UV level. Sunset’s just before 8pm at the start of the month.