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temperature in November

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temperature in November

Me and my fiance are going away to tunisia on 9th nov. Anyone know what the weather will be like? Temperatures etc?? Thankyou

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1. Re: temperature in November

We stayed in Yasmine Hammermet from 3rd to 8th November last year with trips down to coast to Mahdia, Monastir, Sousse and PEK. The weather was warm during the day (low 70s) but a little chilly in the evenings. Do take a brolly and waterproof shoes as we experienced some dramatic heavy storms particularly morning and evening. We did though manage to have lunch outisde on a few occasions when the clouds parted.

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we are going to Monastir on 26th February - will it be warm enough to sun-bathe?

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Claudia, i can't say if it will be warm enough to sunbathe who knows you may drop lucky and have dry bright days so you can sit in a nice sheltered spot. I have found feb can also be cool and a bit wet so a real mix of weather. I am going to Sousse on the 12th of this month for 1 week i will be packing mainly warm clothes.

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