Rome's weather


Would it be possible to use safely the following structure?:

Rome’s weather is hotter than Madrid’s weather.

Thank you for your help.

You could personalise both cities but it does sound a bit odd when you refer to both in a comparison. I would say simply: It is hotter in R than in M or: The weather in R is hotter than in M.

Rome’s weather is hotter than Madrid’s. You need not to write again "weather’.

More, please see on TOEFL suggestion of Cliff’s (book).

… or you can simply say “Rome is hotter than Madrid”.