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How to dress in November

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by carlyzmom, Aug 30, 2015.

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  1. carlyzmom

    carlyzmom Tourist

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    Hi everyone. I am taking my second trip to Vegas in November. My first time was in June. That is self explanatory! I am not sure how the weather will be in November, so I am unsure of how to pack and what to bring. Suggestions please?
     
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    i was there last year the first week of november...I dont like cold weather at all...I had to use a very lite sweater in the morning, after 11am it was hot again and as night fall came i needed the sweater again...when i was drinking, i didnt need the sweater lol
     
  3. carlyzmom

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    LOL, that is SO me! I am not cold natured at all. I also get very hot when I drink. I should do just fine!
     
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    go to weather.com the week before to see what it will be, it could be 80 degrees or 40 degrees , or 60 degrees , or ask miss cleo as we had 60's in january out here

    i does snow in vegas
     
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    Obviously, temps can vary quite a bit. I've been over the Thanksgiving weekend when it was in the low 80s and when it has been near freezing. I'd guess you're likely to see highs in the 60-70s and lows around 50ish.

    Of course, that's freezing cold to Las Vegans (and perhaps you, as you appear to be from Texas). So expect the heat to be cranked up to ridiculous levels in the casinos (at least in the opinion of this former Midwesterner).
     
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    Yes, I am from Texas. I can't even tell you the last time I wore something with long sleeves! Guess I will dress for warm and bring a couple of jackets. Probably my best bet.
     
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    Yeah. Even if the forecast shows warm temps, the wind can be damn chilly - especially when the sun goes down.
     
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    It should be nice during the day, cool at night and warm in the casinos.

    Your best bet is to go with layers that you can add/remove as the temperatures need it. Being from up north I find it almost hot in the casinos at night, and stuffy too... if you are from Texas it might feel right or maybe a little cool-ish in the casinos.
     
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    We went last December - expecting chilly -- it was not. I did bring a light and heavier weight jacket and a light shawl. I used the light jacket a couple of times and kept the shawl handy in the casinos. We cranked the AC down to 70 in the hotel room - every night. I'm from central Texas and am used to it being cooler in December. But just like Texas --the weather in Vegas can be hit or miss. It can be chilly one day and hot the next. -- As Forest Gump would say it's like a box of chocolates.
     
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    Temperature extremes between night and day are very different, especially in the west as opposed to the east coast. I don't know about Texas, but the difference in temperature between night and day in California and in Las Vegas (in the fall or spring), can be 30 degrees or more.
     
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    Have been around the time you are going. As above nice during the day. One night we were out and I got chilled so stopped at CVS and picked up a light fleece jacket but then found that to be heavy. One thing I do recall is that the sun went down quite early.
     
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    Yeah, here in Texas, it's hot at night and hotter during the day LOL Guess I will prepare for all situations. I just didn't want to pack a ton of clothes.
     
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