Genoa Climate & Weather

Genoa is located on the Mediterranean, but is sheltered by the hills and mountains in the area, giving it a temperate climate with warm, dry summers and cool winters. The coldest months are December through February, with average temperatures dropping to 43°F (6°C). Summers in Genoa are long, lasting from May to October; in the warmest months (July and August) average highs peak around 82°F (28°C). September to January is the rainiest time of year. Genoa is rather windy, especially during winter. The best time to visit Genoa is in the spring, particularly May, when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are small.

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