This page is a list of the average countrywide temperature in Italy for each year from 1895–2021. It is an average over the entire territory of the country, based on data from the University of East Anglia.
What Was the Hottest Year in Italy?
2018 was the warmest year in the history of Italy. The average daily high temperature was 19.4 °C, and the average low was 11.5 °C.
What Was the Coldest Year in Italy?
1940 was the coolest year in the history of Italy. The average daily high temperature was 16.8 °C, and the average low was 8.5 °C.