Date: Monday 20th May, 2013
Wind: 6 km/h SSE, gusts to km/h
Rainfall: mm since 9am
Rome weather is pleasant most of the year around. Rome has a Mediterranean climate and enjoys warm weather right around the year. The greatest time to visit Rome is in spring during the months of April and May, as well as autumn in September and early October.
Rain can be expected at all times of the year, but these autumn months are mostly fine and bright - the rain season occurs in late October and through November.
The rain season in Rome is quite heavy. In fact, locals in Rome get used to rain of the pouring kind during these months. However, because Rome has a Mediterranean climate, it doesn't last for too long and there should be a part of the day when it eases off so you can enjoy Rome's sites.
Summer in Rome can get quite hot and its average temperatures during summer are 29 degrees Celsius in June, 31 in July and 30 in August.
The average minimum temperature is 17 in June and 19 in July and August. Rome's high summer temperatures are also combined with high humidity, so visiting Rome in summer can be a little exhausting.
While wintertime in Rome is colder, it rarely snows and temperatures are mild so you can keep your winter layers sparse. Days in Rome during winter are sunny and the air is fresh. Temperature averages during a winter in Rome is a maximum 13 degrees Celsius and a 5 degree minimum.