Naples Climate & Weather
Naples Climate Chart
The Mediterranean climate of southern Italy is milder and sunnier than the north, with Naples being characterised by dry, warm summers and wet but mild autumns and winters. The pleasant climate and fertility of the Gulf of Naples made the region famous during Roman times, when emperors such as Claudius and Tiberius holidayed near the city, and the weather still makes a holiday in Naples enjoyable in any season. The average temperature in summer (June to September) is 72°F (22°C), although it can become significantly hotter, with frequent highs of 86°F (30°C). July and August are the hottest months of the year and it can become very humid during this period. In winter (December to March) the average temperature is about 48°F (9°C) and it can be rainy. In autumn it is comfortably warm but also wet, with November the wettest month of the year. Spring is a very pleasant time to visit Naples as it is warm and dry and sightseers won't suffer the heat of summer. March to May is therefore probably the best time to holiday in Naples, but many visitors choose to come in autumn, despite the rain, and some people enjoy the heat of the summer months.