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Dordogne Weather - September v. October

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Understanding that weather is unpredictable, in general, is there a marked difference between the weather in September and October in the Dordogne region? If we went in September, it would have to be late September. It looks like there is more rain in September than October but the average weather charts show that it is noticeable warmer in September. I am wondering if the weather is like here in New England where at the beginning of September it feels like summer but (usually) by the end it is autumn-like and by late October it is chilly.

In reading some posts, I have the impression that summer is the high season and that some stores and restaurants will be closed by mid-late October. Is that correct? Also, is it still very touristy/crowded in September?

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