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Old 02-06-2010, 20:20
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Default Temperature in the evenings

As I write MrsMcr is packing her case and including winter woolies and cardigans galore as she is convinced it will be chilly in the evening. We flight out this Sunday, can anyone please tell us if its considerably cooler later on in PP
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We were in PP from 15th to the 22nd of May. I found myself wishing I'd taken cosy clothes with me for much later at night. Not because of the temperature as such, but because of the breeze that we had. Mix that with no sun at night and I was stealing Mr M's cosy fleece to walk home.

When we went up to Deia for the last few days, there was no breeze, and I found myself not needing the fleece and not going for jeans in the evening.

Sorry, not much help! Next time I go though I will make sure my travelling out clothes are those that I can wear at night.

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Thanks Mearsy we intend to and thank you and we will head your advise
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Just check out the minimum temps over the next fortnight. Think you'll find it's rising daily . My advice , just one wooly each , you probably won't need one at all .

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Mearsy - where do you live ? The north pole? No sun at night?
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I agree with BL, i have sat out every night for over a week now and have not needed a pully, it was 20c at 1am this morning, but if you have had a lot of sun during the day you do feel chilly in the evenings don't you.
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if you have had a lot of sun during the day you do feel chilly in the evenings don't you.
I think this was a factor for me feeling slightly chilly. Mr M was fine (he had no choice ), but then he's made of stronger stuff than me. I'll put the heating on at home when it's not even winter.

A word of advice for the day time (yes, when there is sun ) The welcome breeze we had when walking along Pine walk one day, completely took away just how strong the sun was. Once out of the breeze it was like a furnace and needless to say, I burnt that day. I was wearing sunscreen, but I didn't re-apply like I ought to have done.
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Thanks Sparky I will definately be showing Mrs Mcr your reply!
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