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What will the weather be like?

ivar

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Many wonder about the weather, and this is of course difficult to predict... but looking at statistics you can get an idea.

Have a look at this thread here for an idea:
viewtopic.php?p=1467#1467

Also browse the "Weather" section of this forum:
viewforum.php?f=18

...and read messages posted around the dates that you are traveling to get an idea of the weather in earlier years.

Buen Camino!

Ivar
 
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Weather Underground -- wunderground.com -- has weather history. Go to a reporting station, say Leon, find the History icon; when you are moved to a new page, select Month; from that page, select the Year (usually the previous year); you will be taken to a page with formats for a calendar and table formats. It is same to assume that the weather the previous year will repeat. That is, if it rained on sixteen days in April in 2007, expect a similar number of days in 2008.
 
Dear Ivar,

I have a general question. I will start on Aug 18 and walk for 30 days. I am about to buy a sleeping bag. What is the average temperature in the middle of september in northern Spain? Below 10C at night - outside?

Thanks,

Johann
 
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Guntsche said:
Dear Ivar,

I have a general question. I will start on Aug 18 and walk for 30 days. I am about to buy a sleeping bag. What is the average temperature in the middle of september in northern Spain? Below 10C at night - outside?

Thanks,

Johann


Hi Johann,

Even being a bit late to answer you, but in most albergues in CF, when the weather gets cold use to be some heat inside the albergue.

May be not in most albergues in others Caminos.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

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