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May-June weather in the Dordogne, Brittany, Normandy

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We're planning a 3+-week trip to France for spring, 2011. Our tentative itinerary is
Paris
the Dordogne
Brittany
Normandy

I had originally planned to do this in May to take advantage of fewer people, cheaper prices. But the more I learn about the weather in May, I think I might slide it to June. Stu Dudley, in his Dordogne treatise, says he's had bad weather in the Dordogne even in June.

I looked up the climate information, but that doesn't really tell you about sunshine. It's not that we require perfect weather, but I just enjoy travel so much more when it's at least occasionally sunny.

So what do you France experts suggest?

BTW, we are using frequent flyer miles for this trip so need to set the rough parameters of the trip early.

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