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    Default CSS in November- warm clothes??

    first timers and wondering if we need to bring warm clothes for nighttime??

    Lisa

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    Not really, the temp is pretty constant all year unless a storm or front is nearby

    Night temps are low-mid 70's

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    We usually go the first week of December, and the only time I would need a sweater is in the air conditioning. The evenings are just slightly cooler than during the day.
    Linda

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    A sweater in case you chill easily is the most you'll need! Warm clothes, at least the kind worn in Ohio, I HOPE NOT!
    Paula & Greg

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    All you really need are the bare essentials.....Seriously, If the temp goes below 70 at night it is a cold spell!!!!

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    We have been in December before and the weather is still perfect! Only needed a shawl for air-conditioned restaurants. For me, I needed way less bug spray this time of year as well.

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    thanks for all the replys!! Sure helps with the decisions on what to pack!!!

    Lisa

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    We go every year in November and have never needed a "sweater" even in the AC areas. I take a little dressy open weave shawl that I can wrap around my shoulders if I'm chilly. Unless you're easily chilled, it's pretty comfortable even in the evening near the water.
    Chris & Sharon's "Irie-licious 25th Anniversary Celebration" at CSA 11/24 - 12/1, 2012
    Celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary this year at our 6th visit to CSA (7th to Couples) - our Jamaican 'home'!

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    We are at CSS now, and maybe it's because of the remnants or tropical storm Tomas, but I find it very cool in the evenings. I'm not too hot with jeans and a roots hoody, but that's just me. Everyone else seems fine. I guess if you get cold easily.........

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