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Sicily weather in mid-May

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It's now less than 2 months away from our trip to Sicily for the last 2 weeks of May and my planning is now turning to considerations of weather and appropriate clothing. I've begun to look at Weather Underground for historical weather patterns and I was interested to see that the typical weather is mostly in the upper 60s and 70s for the high temps (with a rare high in the 90s and a few in the 80s).

Having been to Andalucia last year during this same time period (very hot!), I had been thinking of my primary outfit as capris and sandals, but now I'm not so sure. So for those who've been to Sicily at this time, what type of clothing did you find most appropriate for the weather? Long pants vs capris? Sandals vs closed shoes? Of course I will have a light jacket/shawl for the evenings, but I'm trying to get a sense of what is most appropriate for the daytime. Suggestions are welcome!

Many thanks for all your help!

Paule

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