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Get the latest weather forecast, including the latest forecast for Fes, Morocco and the Middle East and Africa, as well as detailed weather forecasts for the rest of the region and around the world, in Fes and Morocco.

Find out about the best times to visit Fez, when to go, what to do and where to get information, and a list of the city's most popular hotels and restaurants. The best time to visit Fezzan: The worst time of day for travel, the hottest time for shopping and the worst time for food and drink, and some good times to visit Feze.

If you want to surf in the desert, visit Fez or the Atlas Mountains, it is very important to check the weather in Morocco. Remember that Marrakech in March will be different from Fez in March, and temperatures will fluctuate quite a bit across the country. Although March is considered a rainy month, it is unlikely that you will experience too many rainy days unless you visit the deserts.

If you are planning to visit Morocco in March, you should definitely equip yourself with a variety of clothing. Read our complete packing list for Morocco to find out what to pack in Morocco and how to dress for any situation.

If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Fez, the hottest months are August, July and then June, but also bring an umbrella and waterproof jacket. October, November and February are the best times to pack your bags and visit Marrakech, and December is considered the wettest month of the year in Morocco. If you are looking for dry weather, July, August and June are a good time of year to visit Morocco, especially in the spring and summer months. September and November, March and July are very good months for visiting FeZ, as well as a wonderful time to visit Marrakech.

The African sun makes you forget which month it is, but the days in Morocco are shorter and the nights shorter.

Morocco, of course, has different climates, and the temperature difference between these areas is very important in summer and winter. The temperature in Morocco in March will be warmer depending on the region of the country you visit, but also colder in the winter months.

In July and August, you should consider staying at one of these hotels, but in terms of weather, it is better to visit the Southern Desert Route in the summer months when it is far too hot to use it for occasional exploration, especially if you are reliant on public transport. I have found that Fez is the most annoying weather - for that matter, and although it is a fantastic place, I strongly recommend ignoring the weather and including it in the itinerary.

The worst thing about Fez in December (or any other Fez) is not as big as Marrakech, and the choice in Riad is not too big.

If you are coming from northern Morocco, Marrakech is the first stop where you feel close to the Moroccan desert. Northeast of the Atlas Mountains, Fez is at the crossroads between the main cities of Morocco. If true, it is true: Marrakech was once the leading trade route between the Sahara and is still the region's most important city.

The rest of the Middle Atlas is dominated by Fez, with the exception of the capital Marrakech and some small towns and villages in the south.

This means that temperatures are relatively mild throughout the country in January, but major cities such as Marrakech and Tangier tend to receive more rainfall than usual. You may be surprised to learn that this usually scorching desert is one of the coldest places to visit in Morocco in December. Although January seems to be the coolest month of the year to visit Morocco, it can be considered mild. Although it is cool in winter, the climate in summer is semi-dry with little or no rainfall.

In Fez it will be dry for 19 days a month, but it is the wettest season in Morocco. The rest of Morocco is dry, and the driest months are February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February and March, with average rainfall of 1.5 to 2 inches per month. January is one of the two months with the least rainfall, the other March with an average of 0.6 inches.

In Fez it will be dry for 24 days of the month, but there may be a month with an average rainfall of 1.5 to 2 inches per month. August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August are the wettest months in Morocco and the driest month of the year in the rest of Morocco. It will be drier for 29 days a year and wetter for 28 days, which means 1 to 3 inches of rainfall in all months except August and September.

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