I was supposed to leave for Italy in late May but due to complications, I have to delay until end of June / early July, but I am fearful it may be too warm by them? Does anyone have any advice on how humid Rome is? It seems the average high temp is around 86 (or 30 degrees C), but am having trouble with figuring out the actual heat index. In terms of true heat feel is Rome comparable to Boston / New York / Toronto? Or more like LA? Even though Italy is my #1 destination, maybe I should switch to Northern Europe for July? Any advice is greatly appreciated!
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