Rome is known as the “eternal city”, which is the capital and largest city of Italy. Rome is blessed with just the right weather, it has a Mediterranean climate, summers are hot, spring and autumn are mild to warm. Rain is mostly confined to the winter and summer months.
The summer lasts for 6 months from May to October; the height of summer is August during which the temperature exceeds 86°F (30°C). April and November are considered transitional months.
December, January and February are the coldest months with average temperatures around 56°F (13°C)and snowfalls can occur during these months. Spring and the fall are the best seasons to visit the Rome, spring lasts from late March to May and fall lasts from September to mid November.
The Roman “beautiful October days” are sunny and warm, autumn month of October has the finest weather. Summers are pretty hot [from June to August] and winters are too chilly [from December to February] to visit Rome.