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Historic Temperatures for 28th February in Bardolino
|Average High||8°C (46°F)|
|Record High||15°C (59°F) (1998)|
|Record Low||-4°C (25°F) (2005)|
Bardolino, a town in the province of Verona in the region of Veneto, is situated on Lake Garda and enjoys a mild, temperate climate receiving all four seasons, with hot summers and mild to cool winters. Lake Gardaâs resorts are renowned for their pleasantly mild climate in comparison with surrounding areas. Bardolino is about 25 km from the city of Verona.
Summer, from June till September, receives pleasantly hot temperatures in the mid 20s. High temperatures are complemented by a north wind that also creates windsurfing conditions on the lake, though conditions are optimal further north. The sun comes out for around nine or ten hours in the peak months and the weather is usually clear. Summer is a great time for beach lounging, walking and exploring Lake Garda by ferry. In the peak months of July and August the average high temperature increases, rising up near 30°C. This can sometimes cause a haze to form over the lake if the wind fails, and can be too hot for some. Humidity increases in the summer months and relief is often found in the form of dramatic thunderstorms. August sees the majority of these, accompanied by the highest rainfall in the year, though they are not uncommon on July afternoons. As the water of Lake Garda is meltwater from the mountains, it is often cooler than daytime air temperatures year round.
Autumn, in October and November, sees temperatures fall quite quickly. The average high temperature in October is 18°C while in November it is already as cool as 11°C. Night times are considerable colder, already getting well below 10°C in October and falling to an average low of 3°C in November. These are relatively wet months with unpredictable rain and an increasingly shy sun. October sees a meagre four hours of sunshine per day while November is a bit miserable with only three. Up in the mountains snow begins to fall.
Winter, from December till February, gets quite chilly. January is the coldest month with an average high of 5°C and an average low of -2°C. Precipitation is low throughout these months and it almost never (ever) snows. The sun remains hidden behind clouds, still only coming out for three hours per day until February when it creeps out for five.
Spring, from March till May, sees a rapid increase in
temperatures from an average high of 13°C in March to 22°C in May. Night time
temperatures remain cool and rainfall increases again. The sun begins to return
from behind the clouds for more acceptable stints, but cannot be relied upon
due to the unpredictable nature of rainfall. Late spring is considered a great time for walking holidays in the area.
Bardolino is famous for its wine, though it is not as famous a holiday resort as many other locations on Lake Garda. As such it is not overwhelmed by the summer migration of holidaying Europeans. Bardolinoâs mild climate can be attributed to the moderating effects of cool Lake Garda, and the protection provided from northern weather systems by the Alps. The winds that do manage to get by and whistle down the valley are responsible for Lake Gardaâs windsurfing community. The early morning wind is called Peler or Veneto, and the afternoon wind is called Ora.