My daughter is getting married in Sorrento in early April, could anyone please let me know what the weather is generally like.
April is usually a mixture, with the number of good days on the way up but a fair few wet ones - and when it does rain, we often get a proper downpour!
If they'll tell you more there are photos from that month, spanning the decade we've been here, amongst this "Spring Collection"...
Still sometimes snow up on the hills by then - so it can be surprisingly chilly if / when the wind comes from the "wrong" direction.
But all being well you'll hit one of the lovely patches!
PeterEdited: 16 February 2013, 19:14
What's the weather normally like mid June?
Thanks for pointing out Google (I will make a note of that site) but as most travellers will be aware, most sites don't accurately predict the weather, it can be a bit of a lottery?
Try having a look at my posts above!
And TA is more trustworthy than a weather site? No one here, including the people who live there, can tell you what to expect with much accuracy - but, do expect hot and humid for the most part; how hot/humid is anyone's guess but if you go, be sure to get a place with air conditioning if you don't want to be miserable. It does usually get hotter in July and August, but June is - usually - hot/humid and always a chance of a thunderstorm(s).
OOPS - wrong month!
If happy with retrospection rather than prognostication, try these instead - for an idea of how it's been that month since 2002...
For those who otherwise live an aircon existence, it may indeed seem hot - although our summer will hardly have started!
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