Venice Weather in November
What’s the weather like in Venice in November?
Venice is very beautiful in November with warm tones of autumn sweeping over the city. It’s generally very quiet at this time of year, which is great if you enjoy a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere on holiday. Venice weather in November is cooler than previous months, but there’s still plenty of sunshine and temperatures are mild.
Venice is located in northern Italy’s Veneto region, which is right next to the Adriatic Sea. Venice enjoys a warm, subtropical climate that tends to cool down in November. There’s also an increase in rainfall, so make sure to bring your raincoat. Most of the rain generally falls near the end of the month, so come at the beginning of November if you want to avoid the wet weather.
November has an average temperature of 12°C, which is quite cold compared to the summer months. Temperatures continue to decrease throughout the day, reaching a nightly low of around 4°C. The sea is too cold for swimming at just 16°C with 8mph winds blowing from the north and northeast. 87mm of rain spreads over 11 days of the month, with most rainfall coming in the form of light to moderate showers. There are ten hours of sunlight per day, which also decreases towards the end of the month.