Lido Di Jesolo
What’s the weather like in Lido di Jesolo in March?
If you’re looking for a quiet time to visit, March is ideal. The weather is cool but temperatures often reach the mid-teens during the day and there’s a good deal of sunshine across the month.
Most travellers visit Lido di Jesolo in summer, so if you prefer quieter beaches and fewer crowds, you should go during the off-season. Lido di Jesolo weather in March is quite dry compared to the damp months of summer. You won’t need an umbrella every day but you should still check the forecast to learn of any approaching showers. The region enjoys a subtropical climate so it never gets too cold and temperatures rarely drop below freezing.
You’ll have up to 11 hours of sunshine a day, which is slightly more than last month. Temperatures have also increased since the peak of the winter season and you can look forward to highs of 14°C. The humidity is around 72% with a monthly average rainfall of 29mm. Wind speeds travel at 6mph, bringing temperatures down at night to lows of 5°C. The sea is still too cold for a comfortable swim with an average water temperature of just 11°C.