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weather in nov

staffs
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weather in nov

hi everyone

going to goa mid nov what is the weather like and will i need a thick cardigan for evenings as i do tend to go chilly at night thanks

n wales
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1. Re: weather in nov

leave your thick cardigan at home as it is too warm for woolies also it will leave you with more weight for return home

U.K.
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2. Re: weather in nov

I think Goa is at its best in November. Its a lovely time to go. Everything is still green after the monsoons, the red dust hasnt had a chance to cover the bushes and trees.

No thick cardigans ( or thin ones) needed.

Leeds
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for Goa
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3. Re: weather in nov

No, you definitely won't need a cardigan. I went out on an evening in sleeveless tops and dresses without any problems. Just remember to spray with deet or similar before you go out to keep the mozzies away.

Sydney
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4. Re: weather in nov

BUT...

Do you need warmer clothes at Bangalore or even in Ooty pls?

Sydney
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5. Re: weather in nov

BUT...

Do you need warmer clothes at Bangalore or even in Ooty pls? Would be interested to know.

Ipswich, United...
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6. Re: weather in nov

best ask that question on forums for the

north of india i think

Sydney
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7. Re: weather in nov

Truly!

The Stunning...
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8. Re: weather in nov

As has been said the weather will be fabulous and definitely no cardigan, flowy tops etc. the order of the day :-) have a great trip

9. Re: weather in nov

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