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What Is the Climate in Italy in September?

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Italy's September climate is characterized by an average temperature of 17degrees Celsius and a precipitation of 59mm. the mean relative humidity is recorded to be between 53-74% and an average range of 3.3 hours-10.8 hours per day. It's also one of the warmest months during the year hence the perfect period for going for a vacation.
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In September, the climate in Italy is characterised by a drop in the temperatures all over the country. Also, the weather in most parts of the country is usually dry and autumn begins in Italy officially on September 23. September is also the month of various interesting festivals all across the country including the very well known Regatta in the Grand Canal of Venice.
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