What’s the weather like in Italy in September?
Italy’s in southern Europe and stretches out on the Italian Peninsula and into the Mediterranean Sea. The country’s shielded from cold northern winds by the Alps which gives it pleasant weather. There’s differences in weather around the country due to the peninsula and because much of Italy is mountainous. Most of the country’s south has fairly typical Mediterranean weather so you’ll get lots of warm and sunny weather in September. The amount of rain starts to rise as autumn gets closer and you’ll have cooler temperatures if you’re in the mountains.
Capital city Rome in the south gives a good idea of Italy’s weather and has an average high of 27ºC in September. Things are quite pleasant in the evenings, which cool to 15ºC. Humidity’s low while there’s 42mm of rain over six days. You can expect 12 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day at a high UV level, so make sure you have sun cream. Sunset’s around 7.45pm at the start of the month and gradually gets earlier.