Sorrento: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 07:22
- Sunset 16:38
- Moonrise 04:18
- Moonset 14:48
|Temp feels like:||59°F (15°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 17m|
|Dew Point:||46°F (8°C)|
|Pressure:||30.24" (1024 hpa)|
Latest Sorrento Holiday Reviews
Sorrento wins for weather
For the week 10th/17th June 2013 it was really warm and sunny. Now and again a little breeze helped. Perfect weather for...
Great Holiday in Sorrento
We went in mid-June and the weather was perfect - around 25-27 degrees Celsius every day and balmy evenings....
Torna a Surriento - including daughter's wedding!
We have been on at least 5 occasions (including our daughter's wedding 2 years' ago) during July/August, & only every ex...
Short break in Sorrento
Weather was lovely, either pleasantly warm on the day the sun didn't quite get through the clouds or beautiful sunshine....
lovely holiday, loads to see and do !!
The weather was beautiful for all 7 days we were there. A nice sea breeze greeted us on our walks around the bays. It wa...
holiday in soorento
Dreadful we went in august and it was cloudy most of the time only 1 clear day. We had huge thunderstorms at night....
Weather Overview for Sorrento
One of the best time times to visit
Summer is, of course, the most
popular season and it is easy to see why. Temperatures
reach into the high 20’s and low 30’s, but its coastal location means the heat
is moderated by refreshing sea breezes. Prices are higher in the high season
and resorts are usually packed out. It is also when
Precipitation is at its lowest in
July, which only sees 25 mm of rain. It begins to pick up slightly around the
end of August before reaching 81mm in September. Throughout the winter months
Winters are mild and rarely get extremely cold. The average minimum, which will occur at night time, is 3°C to 4°C but daily maximums sit at a pleasant 12°C to 13°C. January is the coldest month. While quite cold, winter is a particularly good time to visit if you want to explore the surrounding areas.
Pompeii and its sister city of
Herculaneum were completely buried on August 24 79AD when the nearby volcano
Mount Vesuvius erupted, under masses of lava and volcanic ash, preserving
buildings and bodies in incredible detail.