Time and Weather In Rome

Italy is in the Central European Time Zone. Central European Time is written as CET. Italy is GMT/UTC + 1h in the period of Standard Time, but it does utilize Daylight Saving Time, so in the summertime, Italy is GMT/UTC + 2h.

Rome Temperature by Month

In general, Rome has dry and hot summer days and its temperatures are frequently above 24 °C, but in the afternoon it is often cooler by the west wind, which rises from the Tyrrhenian Sea. The rainiest seasons are spring and autumn. In winter there are sometimes frosts and light snowfalls, and the average temperature is above 10 °C. Also, in winter there is the tramontane, it is a cold and dry wind that rises from the north.