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ANDALUCÍA We write about them just the other day, and said that they would be gone by San Pablo and San Pedro's Day, June 29. What we didn't say was that the Levante (Eastern) wind would get rid of them, too. And it has. The only inconvenience is the Levante wind, which, according to our Weather Widget (it's there on the sidebar) is going to last for a good few days yet. At this time of year, the Levante tends to be fresh, which makes the hot days less so, and the evenings cool enough to wear a mantón, but as the summer progresses, can get hot and heavy and hardly refreshing. Thing is, we are at a lower latitude than Algiers and Tunis, and about the sam as the Sahara... Just thought you should know.