Originally Posted by gramouk
I'm planning on going to Morocco for 2 weeks. Is November a reasonable/good time to go? Everyone's telling me it's freezing/raining. I'm planning on staying mostly north riff and down to fes, meknes. Is it feasable?
Other current threads in here are reporting recent heavy rainfall, so, yes, it happens!
The Michelin map 742 for Morocco has a simple climate chart which clearly shows heavy rainfall occurs during the winter months more or less anywhere in the north of the country. It gets drier the further south you go - logical enough.
Like all countries, the rainfall will tend to be heavier on the higher ground and it may well turn to snow i.e. you can bet on it, with, for instance, mt Toubkal (spelling??) at about 4000m high.
Hence, dress appropriately for the time of year, climatic conditions and the day-to-day weather variations in the climate etc etc. - all the usual stuff for riding!!