What’s the weather like in Limone in September?
It’s the final month of summer in Italy and Limone weather in September doesn’t disappoint. There’s continuous warmth from the region’s Mediterranean climate and up to 12 hours of glorious sunshine per day.
Limone is a picture-perfect resort nestled on the northwest coast of Italy’s Lake Garda. The town is set beneath the mountainous region towards the north of the lake, which gives the resort shelter from cold winds. September has a lot of rainfall but it doesn’t take up much of the month, lasting for just a few days over the month.
The Mediterranean climate is still warm and sunny at this time of year, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to sightsee and soak up the sunshine during your stay. The average temperature at midday is a warm 25°C that gradually lowers to 14°C at night. There’s just five wet days this month and the average monthly rainfall is around 90mm. Winds blow through the town at a speed of 4mph, helping to bring humidity levels down to 79%. The sun shines for 12 hours each day, which is slightly less than last month and will continue to decrease through autumn and winter.