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Weather in November & air conditioning

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Weather in November & air conditioning


We're thinking of visiting Malta in the second week of November, but we're wondering what the weather would be like for sight-seeing. Is it still quite humid? In addition, does anyone know of hotels that still have the air conditioning on in the bedrooms in November, as I believe it's still relatively warm then?

Many thanks for any advice

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1. Re: Weather in November & air conditioning

Can be mixed from stormy days to settled sunny weather. It's a bit of a gamble to be honest. Sorry I'm not being more helpful but it's unpredictable as I say. It's very likely over a week that you would see some fine days. It's a good time to site see.

Surely hotels should be adjusting cooling to the prevailing weather at the time.

Edited: 25 March 2014, 13:25
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2. Re: Weather in November & air conditioning

Weather reasonable in November but you'll not need air con. Air con may have been switched to heating.

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3. Re: Weather in November & air conditioning

I was there 2 years ago in Nov and it was over 20 degrees most days it may have rained during the night but not much during the day.

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4. Re: Weather in November & air conditioning

As previously said, it is variable then though usually you should get some lovely fine sunny days. You won't need air-con in November

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