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Weather in the dolomites

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We (my husband and me) are flying to Italy for five days. As we are landing in Milan I thought of spending the time in the Dolomites. I've read on the forum that it's only worth it if the weather is good otherwise there'l be no vision on the mountains, fog, clouds and so on. Assuming I can see the weather forecast a few days before (I know it's not always accurate a few days beforehand) what is considered good weather for that area. Does it have to be sunny and clear in order to enjoy it? Or is cloudy or at least partly cloudy still worth going?
We are going to be in Italy 11-15 september so should I make reservations or will it be possible to find accomodation easily at this time of year? I usually like to make reservations beforehand but this time I want to be able to travel to another area if the weather proves to be unsuitable for the mountains.

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