What’s the weather like in Venice in March?
Venice weather in March is slightly warmer than previous months, but temperatures are still very cold and you’ll need to bring a warm jacket before heading out to explore the city. There’s some rainfall throughout the month and most days are quite cloudy.
Venice enjoys a humid subtropical climate with cold winters and very hot summers. It’s located on the northeast coast of Italy, where it’s just a strip of land away from the Adriatic Sea. Winds blow in from the northeast and north, lowering temperatures and traveling at around 11mph. Cloud coverage is common at this time of year, which means there’s slightly less sunshine than the summer when skies are clear for most of the season.
The average temperature is 12°C with lows of 4°C at night. The sea is still too cold for a comfortable swim, with an average high of just 11°C. You’ll have 12 hours of daylight throughout the month, which gradually increases towards the end of the month. You can expect around 64mm of rain to fall over 12 days with 11mph winds blowing in from the north. Humidity levels are average and temperatures tend to rise to around 14°C as the month progresses.