Weather Italy in July

What are the average weather conditions like in July for Italy? What are your chances of getting caught up in some rain? What about snow, or high and low temperatures during this month? We got the answers for you!

Average weather North Italy in July

On average, it is maximum 29° in July in North Italy and at least around 17° degrees. In July there are 19 days of rainfall with a total of 91 mm and the it will be dry 12 days this month North Italy.

Maximum temperature:
29°C
Minimum temperature:
17°C
Dry days:
12
Days with rain:
19
Precipitation:
91 mm
Average hours of sun per day:
12 hour
Average wind force:
2 Bft
Average UV index:
6

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Average weather Southeast Italy in July

On average, it is maximum 29° in July in Southeast Italy and at least around 23° degrees. The sea water temperature is around 27° degrees. In July there are 7 days of rainfall with a total of 16 mm and the it will be dry 24 days this month Southeast Italy.

Maximum temperature:
29°C
Minimum temperature:
23°C
Water temperature:
27°C
Dry days:
24
Days with rain:
7
Precipitation:
16 mm
Average hours of sun per day:
12 hour
Average wind force:
3 Bft
Average UV index:
7

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Average weather Central Italy in July

On average, it is maximum 30° in July in Central Italy and at least around 20° degrees. In July there are 6 days of rainfall with a total of 15 mm and the it will be dry 25 days this month Central Italy.

Maximum temperature:
30°C
Minimum temperature:
20°C
Dry days:
25
Days with rain:
6
Precipitation:
15 mm
Average hours of sun per day:
12 hour
Average wind force:
2 Bft
Average UV index:
7

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