Sicily: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 06:52
- Sunset 19:23
- Moonrise 15:02
- Moonset 04:00
|Temp feels like:||50°F (10°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 37m|
|Pressure:||29.92" (1013 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||9 miles (14 km)|
Latest Sicily Holiday Reviews
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Excellent weather visited the island three times now in October and the Sun was ever present during all my trips....
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The weather was lovely - just had a thunderstorm one day - other than that is was sunshine and warm all the time. It was...
Weather Overview for Sicily
Sicily is the largest region of Italy and sits at the southwest tip of the mainland in the Mediterranean Sea. It is surrounded by a number of much smaller islands.
Summer, from June till September, is hot and dry with plenty of sunshine. The average high temperature is already at 25°C in June and then rises to 27°C in July and 28°C in August before dropping to 26°C in September. Night times are also very warm, usually in the low 20s. The heat can be a little bit uncomfortable but a dip in the warm sea or a trip up into the green hills provides instant relief. The water temperature gets up to 25°C in August. Clouds avoid the coast allowing around ten hours of sunshine per day for most of the season; September is slightly more overcast. Rain is rare, falling only briefly in the hills.
South-western areas are sometimes terrorised by spells of intense heat and aridity when the sirocco wind blows up from the
Autumn, in October and November, experiences a continuation of gorgeous weather. Summer warmth continues into October with average highs in the low 20s. It only drops below 20°C in mid November though the odd cool day may occur. Rainfall does increase but cloud cover and these brief showers still leave seven hours of sun per day in October and five in November. The sea remains warm enough for swimming till the very end of the season. Higher in up, lower temperatures bring the beginning of the winter snowfall. Mount Etna is often snow-capped by the end of November when the ski season starts.
Winter, from December till February, is mild and somewhat unpredictable. It is a great time for walking holidays in the low hills and even skiing higher up. The average high temperature lingers around 15°C for most of the season with average lows falling just below 10°C. It tends not to get anywhere near freezing around the coast but higher up frosts occur throughout the season and snow settles on the peaks. The ski season on Mount Etna lasts from November to March; skiers often base themselves in
Spring, from March till May, is warm and sunny. The average high temperature creeps to 16°C in March, 18°C in April and up to 22°C in May. By mid April t-shirt weather is the norm and early in May bikini days resume. Rainfall decreases again and the sun becomes a regular fixture in the clear sky. However, the sea does not get quite warm enough for comfortable swimming and the wind can be quite chilly. Snow on the mountains melts in March, bringing the end of the ski season.
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