What’s the weather like in Sicily in November?
Sicily is a large island in the Mediterranean Sea that enjoys warm weather throughout November. It’s slightly cooler than previous months, but it’s still a great time to visit for soaking up the sunshine on the beaches and doing lots of sightseeing.
Sicily weather in November is influenced by the island’s position just off the southwest tip of Italy. The climate is mild throughout the year with most of the annual rain falling over the autumn and winter months. The mountainous regions of the island shelter surrounding areas from winds blowing in from the northwest, which helps keep temperatures high and comfortable. The north-western part of the island is generally wetter and cooler than the southeast, which gets more protection from the mountains.
It rains on 11 days during November with a monthly average rainfall of 76mm. Temperatures usually don’t drop below 13°C after dark, which is quite mild but you’ll still need to pack some layers to stay warm. The daily average is around 20°C with up to ten sunlight hours per day. Coastal winds reach speeds of 5mph and the average humidity level on the island is 82%