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Castrocucco di Maratea, Italy
Castrocucco di Maratea, Italy | © Arturo de falco

Current water temperature on the Italy coast. Forecast of changes in water temperature. Historical data.

Water temperature in Italy today

#minimal
68°F
#average
72°F
#maximum
77°F

Most popular locations in Italy over the past week

Conditions of sea water on beaches in Italy

Now in the beaches in Italy, the water temperature ranges from cool to comfortable and warm.

The water temperature in Italy has increased both over the past 10 days and over a month.

Ceriale, Italy
Ceriale, Italy | © tombouojipe tombouojipe

Today the warmest water in Italy is recorded in Lido di Spina. Its value in this location is 77°F. And the coldest one is in Riaci Capo, its value 68°F.

The trend can be seen on the graph. It shows the change in average sea surface temperature over the past two months.

For the two most popular locations for swimming in Italy, the graphs of changes in the average water temperature throughout the year are as follows:

We process, analyze and store data for every beach and city in Italy. Below is a table with current weather data and trends in some places of the country.

CityWaterAir
Lido di Jesolo75°F75°F
Bibione74°F74°F
Garda lake72°F77°F
Caorle73°F74°F
Lignano Sabbiadoro74°F74°F
Rimini73°F75°F
Grado72°F74°F
Imperia71°F77°F
Venice74°F75°F
Bari69°F73°F
Cagliari72°F78°F
Livorno73°F79°F
Catania71°F73°F
Tropea71°F72°F
La Spezia73°F78°F

Climate in Italy

Rosolina Mare, Italy
Rosolina Mare, Italy | © Fernando Brancaccio

Italy is in Europe. The country is washed by five seas, such as the Adriatic Sea, the Ionian Sea, the Ligurian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Tyrrhenian Sea. Italy is a large resort country and has a long coastline. To determine the temperature of the water in it, we track 316 settlements and resorts.

The climate in Italy is temperate in the north and subtropical Mediterranean in the center and southern regions. The diversity of Italy's climate is determined by the length of its territory in longitude and mountainous terrain of most of the country. On the Padan Plain, the climate is transitional from subtropical to temperate - hot summers (July from + 22 ° С to + 24 ° С) and cool foggy winters (January - about 0 ° С). In the central regions of the Apennine Peninsula, the climate is subtropical, with hot (from + 24-27°C in the north to + 26-32°C in the south) in summer and warm (on average not lower than + 5°C) in winter. Due to the peculiarities of the country's relief, the air temperature strongly depends on the altitude above sea level - even in the suburbs of Rome or Turin, which gently run up to the foothills, it is always 2-3 degrees colder than in the city center.And in the pre-alpine regions this picture is even brighter - at the foot of the snow-capped mountains, citrus fruits bear fruit almost all year round. The nature of the distribution of precipitation is rather uneven. In the pre-alpine regions, they drop to 1200 mm per year, and evenly enough throughout the year. In winter, long snowfalls are not uncommon here, and at heights of more than 2000 meters, snow lies up to 200 days a year. In the central regions of the Apennine Peninsula, no more than 750 mm of rain falls, and the maximum falls in the winter months - in the summer period in general there is no more than 100 mm of rain. In the south of the peninsula, as well as in Sicily and Sardinia, it is drier - the total amount of precipitation barely reaches 500 mm per year, and in the summer months without rain (usually July) are frequent in Cagliari or Palermo.In the south of the peninsula from March to October dry hot winds blow from the Sahara - “sirocco», or “wide». During this period, the temperature rises to + 35°C, while dryness and dustiness of the air increase sharply. Cold north or north-east winds of the “tramontan» blowing from behind the Apennines (mostly in winter) are also not uncommon. Sardinia has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and short warm winters, very favorable for visiting the island at any time. Summer heat (in Cagliari in July, the temperature often reaches + 32-38 ° С, in winter - + 18-22 ° С) is tempered by stable sea winds. The only inconvenience of the local climate is low humidity (short-term powerful rains occur only in winter, in the summer often not a drop of rain falls, the average monthly rainfall does not exceed 70 mm).The tourist season here lasts from May to September, but in April and October, weather conditions are quite favorable both for relaxing by the sea, and for active pastime. The climate in Sicily is also Mediterranean, very similar to Sardinian, but even hotter in summer and slightly cooler in winter. There is little precipitation (up to 500 mm per year), mainly from October to March. At the same time, the difference in weather conditions (both in temperature and humidity) between the coast and the interior of the island is clearly visible - in the mountainous areas it is always somewhat cooler and rainier than on the coast, and the western slopes of the mountains receive an average of 2 times more rainfall, than eastern. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.but in April and October, weather conditions are quite favorable both for relaxing by the sea, and for active pastime. The climate in Sicily is also Mediterranean, very similar to Sardinian, but even hotter in summer and slightly cooler in winter. There is little precipitation (up to 500 mm per year), mainly from October to March. At the same time, the difference in weather conditions (both in temperature and humidity) between the coast and the interior of the island is clearly visible - in the mountainous areas it is always somewhat cooler and rainier than on the coast, and the western slopes of the mountains receive an average of 2 times more rainfall, than eastern. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.but in April and October, weather conditions are quite favorable both for relaxing by the sea, and for active pastime. The climate in Sicily is also Mediterranean, very similar to Sardinian, but even hotter in summer and slightly cooler in winter. There is little precipitation (up to 500 mm per year), mainly from October to March. At the same time, the difference in weather conditions (both in temperature and humidity) between the coast and the interior of the island is clearly visible - in the mountainous areas it is always somewhat cooler and rainier than on the coast, and the western slopes of the mountains receive an average of 2 times more rainfall, than eastern. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.but even hotter in summer and slightly cooler in winter. There is little precipitation (up to 500 mm per year), mainly from October to March. At the same time, the difference in weather conditions (both in temperature and humidity) between the coast and the interior of the island is clearly visible - in the mountainous areas it is always somewhat cooler and rainier than on the coast, and the western slopes of the mountains receive an average of 2 times more rainfall, than eastern. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.but even hotter in summer and slightly cooler in winter. There is little precipitation (up to 500 mm per year), mainly from October to March. At the same time, the difference in weather conditions (both in temperature and humidity) between the coast and the interior of the island is clearly visible - in the mountainous areas it is always somewhat cooler and rainier than on the coast, and the western slopes of the mountains receive an average of 2 times more rainfall, than eastern. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.and the western slopes of the mountains receive on average 2 times more rain than the eastern ones. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.and the western slopes of the mountains receive on average 2 times more rain than the eastern ones. Such a noticeable variety of climate makes visiting the island convenient at any time of the year.

Italy: regions

We show the surface temperature of the water in the following regions of the country:

Massa Lubrense, Italy
Massa Lubrense, Italy | © Peter Fischer

Italy: oceans and seas

We monitor the following oceans and seas that wash the country. Just go to the page for a specific reservoir and see the temperature in all settlements on the coast.

Find out the temperature of sea water in more than 12000 cities and resorts around the world. Water surface temperature values are available in real time. There is a forecast of water temperature changes for the next few days, as well as historical data of sea surface temperature are available for all days of the last years.

We use data from various sources, including National Centers for Environmental Information (NOAA), meteorological services of different countries, data received from more than a thousand buoys around the world, satellite systems for scanning the surface of the oceans and seas.

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