The Mediterranean climate of southern Italy is milder and sunnier than the north, with dry summers and wet autumns and winters in Naples. The coast has mild winters and warm, dry summers. July is the hottest month in Naples with average temperatures ranging from 64°F to 85°F (18°C to 29°C), while January ranges from 38°F to 54°F (3°C to 12°C). The west coast of the Italian peninsula is generally wetter than the east coast and the southern 'Sirocco' wind brings high humidity with the rain.
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