Cinque Terre is located between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains, a geographical situation which generates wholesome climatic conditions, at least from a tourist point of view. The impact of the Ligurian Sea breeze is noticeable during the winter season, when temperatures are mitigated by the sea influence, such that the average air temperatures stabilize around 12 degrees Celsius.

The mountains, on the other hand, shelter the region against the seasonal north winds, but the sea too has its major contribution to the air movement profile of Cinque Terre. Thus, the overall climate of the region can be best described as mild and warm, though the air temperatures tend to stabilize to an average value of 30 degrees Celsius in July and August, a feature which can hardly be considered mild.

Without being a dry area, Cinque Terre does not experience a large amount of rainfall, though abundant short-lasting showers do occur in spring and autumn. Given these considerations, it is obvious that late spring and early autumn are the best moments to visit Cinque Terre. July and August remain, however, the peak tourist season months, when crowd flock to Cinque Terre in order to explore its stunning opportunities.

The following links provide the 7-day weather forecast for each of the five major resort of Cinque Terre, taking into account several essential parameters: air temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind velocity, and UV values.

Weather forecast for Riomaggiore provided by Il Meteo.

Weather forecast for Vernazza provided by Il Meteo.

Weather forecast for Manarola provided by Il Meteo.

Weather forecast for Corniglia provided by Il Meteo.

Weather forecast for Monterosso al Mare provided by Il Meteo.

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