What’s the weather like in Sant’Agnello in September?
September is the last remaining month of summer in Italy and the temperatures are beginning to decrease as the month progresses. The Sant’Agnello weather in September is very warm but it’s also quite damp with some heavy showers scattered throughout the month.
Sant’Agnello is a town located between Piano di Sorrento and Sorrento along the Sorrentine Peninsula. Its position on a high cliff means the town has outstanding views of the coast and surrounding areas. The Mediterranean Sea is very warm at this time of year, so you can make your way to Marinella Beach at the foot of Sant’Agnello’s cliffs and enjoy some swimming in the sea.
There are 12 hours of warm sunshine per day in September, which is slightly less than previous summer months but still plenty of time to sightsee and explore. The average daily temperature is 21°C that climbs to 27°C in the afternoon. It’s usually very warm throughout the month with temperatures rarely dropping below 15°C. Humidity levels are around 66°C with 7mph winds near the coast. There’s a moderate chance of rain this month and you can expect up to 98mm of rain divided between nine of the days.