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Here's some information about Rome's weather today, a forecast for the next 14 days, and links to more detailed information about the seasons in the Eternal City.
Weather forecasts in Italy are notoriously unpredictable - sometimes they're absolutely spot on, other times they're - well - not.
The most effective forecaster we've found is this one - Meteo.it. So if you're going to Rome in the next week or so, check out what the weather will be like.
The video is, obviously, in Italian, but you can get the meaning of the message by the icons on the map. And if you're learning Italian, it's good practice to watch it anyway!
If you want to look even further ahead, clicking on "Prossimi giorni" right under the forecast above will give you the weather for the next 14 days - it will open in a new tab.
Just be aware that this forecast is likely to be even less accurate than the 7 day one. But it will give you an idea about temperatures, at least, and about whether or not you need to pack suncream, an umbrella or a warm jacket!
It's reasonable to assume that if you're planning to go to Rome in the summer months, you will find it hot and dry most days - so hot, in fact, that people who live and work there tend to leave the city and head for the coast for the entire month of August.
But don't assume that the weather is less good for visiting at other times of year. Each of the seasons in Italy brings its own advantages. We never tire of visiting, no matter what the weather.
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