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Florence Weather and Historic Climate

Florence is a favorite travel destination in Tuscany.

Florence can be stiflingly hot in the summer, especially during July and August. Winters are wet; the least rain falls in July, the most in November.

Best Times to Go to Florence, Italy

Avoid summers if you can, it's hot and packed with sweating tourists in July and August. That said, there's hardly a time you won't encounter tourists in Florence. If you must go in summer, make hotel reservations early.

Spring, starting in March when the daytime temperatures are starting to rise (and nights are chilly) is a fine time to visit. You can still have freezing temperatures at night in April, but the daytime temperatures can be near perfect. May is probably ideal for the weather, although you'll encounter some rain in 13 days of the month. Fall is another good time to go to Florence. September is still warm, October temperatures are near ideal, and even the first half of November is generally fine, although the possibility of rain is greater then, as you can see from the charts below.

Florence Historic Temperatures and Precipitation

The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Florence, Italy.

Florence, Italy Temperatures: Fahrenheit


Historic Rainfall for Florence, Italy

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