Weather in November
in Vatican City
marks a clear transition towards winter, with a further decrease in temperatures. The average temperatures during this month fluctuate between 7°C (44.6°F) and 15°C (59°F). Compared to October
, the city experiences a substantial drop in temperatures, especially in the late afternoons and evenings.
November sees a continuation of the increased rainfall from October, with an average precipitation of about 90mm (3.54") to 100mm (3.94"). Rainfall events remain frequent and may last longer than in the previous months. While temperatures can drop considerably, they are typically not low enough for snowfall in November.
Daylight hours shorten considerably in November. Sunrise usually happens around 7:00 am at the beginning of the month and moves to 7:30 am by the end. Sunset occurs earlier, from about 4:45 pm at the start of November to approximately 4:30 pm at the month's close. The short daylight hours are a clear sign of the approaching winter season.
November's cold temperatures and frequent rainfall make it a quieter month for tourism in Vatican City. Visitors during this time can expect fewer crowds but should prepare for the cold and damp weather. Warm clothing is essential, and waterproof gear, such as an umbrella or raincoat, is highly recommended due to the likelihood of rain. Despite the weather, the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica offer a warm refuge, allowing visitors to appreciate the city's indoor attractions.
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In Vatican City, during November, the rain falls for 14.6 days and regularly aggregates up to 113mm (4.45") of precipitation. January and November, with an average relative humidity of 74%, are most humid months in Vatican City.