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Planning to visit Italy in first 2 weeks of Jan

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Hi, I am planning to visit Italy with family during first two weeks of January. We are keen to visit Rome, Florence, Naples, Amalfi coast and Venice. We wanted to know about the weather conditions during this time in Italy, specifically with reference to rainfall. Usually, does it rain in short spells in Italy or does it drizzle throughout the day or is it the kind of rain that you can't do anything outside the whole day ?

Does it rain a lot in Amalfi coast as well in January ? Will Sicily be ok to visit during this time? We checked weather forecast on Accuweather and to our dismay found that it will be raining during first 10 days of Jan almost throughout Italy. I understand that it might not be very accurate so I wanted to know other opinions.

Thank you.

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