Rome Weather June
Rome is situated in Mediterranean climate zone that typically has warm or hot summer with mild rains and soft but rainy winter.
To help you choose the best time to travel, you can find climate data below on the weather in Rome in June.
|average daily high
|average daily low
|sunny / overcast hours
|9.5 / 6.2
|average monthly precipitation
Temperature in Rome
In June the average daily maximum in Rome is +27.7°C, and the minimum +14.3°C.
The hottest June day on record is +37.8°C, and the coldest +5.6°C.
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There are 15.7 hours of daylight in Rome in June. Out of these, on average 9.5 are sunny, which means there is quite a lot of sun.
The amount of precipitation in Rome in June is usually 41 mm, a negligible amount.