The temperatures in Italy range from north to south drastically. In the north with the alps, you have a snowy cold winter and warm summer. In the south you have a mild Mediterranean winter and warm to hot summer. The rain y season in the south is during the winter.
Temperatures range from mid 40’s to mid 50 in Winter (Milan) but can drop colder. In the summer they range from high 70’s to mid 80’s. While in the south (Rome) they are mid 50’s to mid 60’s in the winter to upper 70’s tp mid 80’s in the summer. Rome in August can be much hotter. As you go south of Rome the temperatures are milder in the winter and warmer in the summer. Costal areas never get too hot as they are cooled by sea brezes.
George & Jo Anne