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Historic Temperatures for 24th September in Verona
|Average High||21°C (70°F)|
|Record High||27°C (81°F) (1999)|
|Average Low||11°C (52°F)|
|Record Low||10°C (50°F) (1997)|
Verona, in the northeast of Italy in the region of Veneto, has a temperate climate experiencing all four season with hot summers and cool winters. It sits on the plains at the southern base of Mount Lessini, a Dolomite of the eastern Alps, to the southeast of Lake Garda.
Summer, from June till September, can get very hot. With average highs around 29°C in July, it can potentially be much hotter and become stifling. In June and September temperatures are more pleasant in the mid 20s, experiencing refreshingly cool nights. The season can expect a reasonable helping of sunshine and rainfall is low, as it is throughout the year, though thunderstorms are to be expected, increasing in frequency with the progression of the season, as the heat and humidity rise. August sees the majority of the thunderstorms, after which they tend to relent. Some may find Verona too sticky in the heat of the summer, and the rain too unpredictable, and prefer the relatively cool spring and autumn, but the summer months are still to be recommended; everyone knows cities come alive in the summer, extending evening revelry well into each night. The nights of June and September also offer relief from the heat, dropping to average lows of 15°C and 14°C respectively.
Autumn, in October and November, sees temperatures cooling rapidly from the low 20s at the start of the season, to below 10°C just before winter. While the beginning of October can be very pleasant, it begins to get cold in the middle of the month. November sees an average high of 11°C and an average low of 3°C. The sun becomes shy from October onwards, coming out for five hours a day at the beginning of autumn. By November it is positively paranoid, peeking round the clouds for a measly three hours per day on average. Rainfall does not change much throughout the year in Verona; moderate showers can be expected in any season.
Winter, from December till February, sees a continuation of the sunâs timidity, only beginning to recede in February when it manages an acceptable five hours again. Precipitation is actually lowest during these months though snow does fall, not usually settling for very long. Fog and frosts are common causing havoc on the roads. The average high temperature gets down to 5°C in January, the coldest month, which sees average lows of -2°C.
Spring, from March till May, sees a rapid increase in temperatures. The average high temperature in March is a chilly 13°C, sliding up to a mild 17°C in April and a pleasant 22°C in May. Night times remain very cold; March sees an average low of 11°C. The sun regains its confidence over the period and by March flaunts itself for a healthy eight hours a day. Rainfall is moderate.
Verona owes its climate to its continental position, away from the sea yet close to Lake Garda, and to the Alps towering behind it. The mountains form a barrier to cold north winds that would cool summer temperatures and deliver higher rainfall, which instead falls as snow on the peaks.