The Sicilian climate is dry in summer and mild in winter, the rainy season is in autumn and winter months. An interesting feature of the Sicilian climate is the presence of the so-called “scirocco”. The scirocco is a hot and dusty wind coming from the North African desert. It can be loaded with humidity and cause heavy rains. The following table indicates the average temperatures, keep in mind that they represent average temperatures, so the actual temperatures can vary from the average values, in the summer, for example, it can happen that the thermometer reaches 35 ° – 40 ° .


Average temperatures in Sicily