The research, carried out by ETH Zurich and looking at 520 cities around the world., said the temperatures in Turin will be comparable with Dallas in 30 years thanks to climate change.
Parts of northern Italy sizzled in temperatures of up to 39 degrees celsius in the recent heatwave, but things could be worse: temperature in Dallas can reach 45 degrees.
It also predicted that Rome and the Vatican City will become as hot as Adana in southern Turkey.
Researchers produced a global data map predicting what each city's climate will be like in 2050 by comparing them to the current climate in a different city.
The researchers behind the project said that their calculations and models were not new, but rather that they had aimed to put climate change in a context that was easier for the general public to relate to.