Autumn Weather in France and Spain

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  1. Dave and Ginny

    Dave and Ginny Funster

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    Hi all

    We're heading across the channel on 16th September with no real plans, agenda or time limits. Experience of our first trip to Spain last year in early Spring taught us it's best not to plan too much!

    The one thing we would both like to find is some fine and hopefully warm weather. Ginny has a health condition that affects her muscles so she's a lot better in the warmth!

    Last year we enjoyed our journey through France making our way to Spain immensely so we had thought to explore a region or two...or three.

    So if I'm going to stick a pin on the map how far south should it be?

    Cheers Dave and Ginny
     
  2. wivvy's dad

    wivvy's dad Read Only Funster

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    Below a line drawn from Bordeaux to Lyon - you're in the Mediterranean zone
     
  3. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    You've answered your own question.

    Nowt so fickle as the weather, just keep going 'till you find some you like.

    If you have a computer and can get weather reports that will tell you where to go.

    http://www.forecast.co.uk/france/rain/
     
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    We are off next Wednesday for our third winter in a row and the one thing that you can be assured of is that the weather will be a whole lot better than Nottingham or the Pennines where we are

    Enjoy your trip
     
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