What’s the weather like in Rome in February?
Rome weather in February is very cool with some of the coldest temperatures of the year. It’s not a great time to work on your tan, but it’s perfect for sightseeing and exploring the city without feeling too hot from the heat and humidity.
Located in Lazio region in central Italy, Rome has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and cold winters. Rainfall is more likely in winter and the sea temperature is quite cold, which isn’t great for swimming. The tall buildings in the city can often provide shelter and trap in the heat, helping to stop temperatures from dropping to below freezing.
The average temperature is around 9°C with highs of 14°C. The sun shines for at least eight hours a day, giving you plenty of time to sightsee and shop. If you’re planning a day out at the beach, bring a jacket because it can be quite windy and cold near the coast. The average sea temperature is just 14°C with up to 99mm of rainfall. This means there’s a high chance of rain and there’ll be around 13 rainy days scattered throughout the month.
Lido Di Jesolo