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How to Pack for Unpredictable Weather

by Nia Scott

Sep 22, 2019

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It can be difficult to pack when the weather is unpredictable. Only so many things can be packed into a suitcase before it becomes too much. Frequent travelers know this is a problem. Even if the weather isn’t unpredictable in temperature, it can be unpredictable in the sense of not knowing whether a bad storm is coming or not. While it is challenging to pack for these types of trips, it is not impossible for travelers to pack the right objects and clothing for unpredictable weather.

Packing for unpredictable weather includes packing clothing that is versatile and can be worn in more than one way. This includes jackets and clothes that can be layered. With layered clothing options, people can choose either to wear warmer clothing or cooler clothing depending on the weather. Travelers should also pack shoes that are open and airy, so whether it is cold or warm outside their shoes will keep them covered for the day.

When it comes to packing for unpredictable storms the best option is to check the weather daily and be aware of any possible storms or bad weather. It’s smart to always pack an umbrella or a raincoat because even a small storm can affect somebody’s day if they’re not prepared for rain. For major storms, it’s almost impossible to prepare for these, so the best solution is to buy supplies in the country while traveling.

Skin care is also a major component to take into consideration when traveling with unpredictable weather. The best option is to always have a little bit of everything when it comes to skin care, so pack things such as sunscreen, face wipes and moisturizer.

 

 

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