Alghero, Italy: Live Weather
Live weather in Alghero
The latest and today's weather in Alghero, Italy updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:12
- Sunset 20:54
|Temp feels like:||66°F (19°C)|
|Length of Day:||14h 42m|
|Pressure:||30.01" (1016 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Historic Temperatures for 19th July in Alghero
|Average High||86°F (30°C)|
|Record High||97°F (36°C) (2014)|
|Average Low||63°F (17°C)|
|Record Low||55°F (13°C) (2011)|
Weather in Alghero
The town of Alghero is positioned on the Northwest coast of Sardinia; Italy. This region is known throughout the world for its striking beaches and quality old town centre, it is fast becoming one of Europeâs most recognised holiday hotspots.
Alghero enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, but the south is commonly much drier than the north western region, which obtains a great deal of rain in winter. The wettest months are November and December, while July and August are the hottest and the driest with an average temperature of about 35Â°C and on occasions reaches 40Â°C. However throughout winters, temperatures tend to drop averaging approximately 10Â°C.
Algheroâs climate can also be classified as sub-tropical with long dry summers months and short mild winter months.
Having said the town is blessed with a general comfortable climate all year round, it can on occasions be quite windy. The wind is likely to be at its peak when the âMistralâ blows in, very consistently for at least a three day period. In fact this can come as a welcome relief in the height of summer, causing the scorching temperatures to fall to a more pleasant climate. Widespread winds come from western quarters with trade winds moderating the summer heat. Between December throughout until February, for few weeks, eastern winds bring clear climate, cooler nights and sunny days.
Situated neighbouring the Mediterranean Sea the city of Alghero offers an ideal climate all year round. The summer months of June, July, August and September which are again, always the hottest of the year. Rainfall over this period of time will generally give highs with an average of 12mm and lows of approximately 1.5mm. The summer climate can at times appear quite dehydrated and uneasy, given that temperatures can often rocket above 40Â°C.
The winter weather and climate in Alghero
is normally particularly mild, with average daytime temperatures staying above
12Â°C and a much higher rainfall than the summer months. With the arrival of
easterly winds, the evenings and nights begin to feel somewhat chilly at this
time of the year; known locally as the âsecche di gennaioâ. The average annual
daytime temperature in Alghero lingers around 22Â°C.
Sprawling out along the coast line Alghero offers tourists both the opportunities of a beach holiday or a small city break. If you are a visitor looking to just relax and be somewhere that you can walk out the door and be on the beach you must stay in the Lido area. On the whole, Alghero is an enjoyable vacation for all holiday-makers at any time of the year.