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Weather in Andalusia and Barcelona?

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I've been looking at various weather websites for some indication of what type of weather I will encounter in Andalusia (last week March) and Barcelona (first week April) and the reports are varied.

Has anyone been to Spain during this time frame? Any advice on weather and appropriate clothing I should be packing?

From what I'm reading I have to take everything from shorts and sandals to sweaters and coats -- and I'd like to be able to narrow it down somehow.

How cold does it really get? I've experienced the worst winter in years here in Philadelphia -- so temps in the 50's feels like summer right now.

Just need some realistic observations from anyone who has visited Spain end of March/beginning of April.

Thanks!

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