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Amalfi Coast in late March?

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Hi, I was in Rome in late March a few years ago, and it was very warm. I am thinking about going to Amalfi Coast in the same time frame, but weather seems to be too cold (low 60s?) for travel. I thought I would take advantage of low fare in March, but I would not want to do that if the weather is too cold to enjoy my trip. I want go sooner rather than later before the fare goes up in June.
1. When would be a good time to go?
2. The cities I would like to visit include Sorento, Positano, and Capri. Is two weeks too long?

Thank you for your suggestion in advance.

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