I looked at the weatherunderground site and it looks like it is usually rather cool still this time of year.
I do not like wearing bulk. And I especially do not like carrying things around when @ the parks. (I have a very small purse and that is it - no backpack/messenger bag etc -- and I'm far too large to tie a sweater or whatever around my waist when it warms up.)
I was thinking jersey pants (lightweight - not sweatpants) and a t-shirt. Will I likely be too cold in the morning and evening?
If I were to pack a dress (made for WDW last Sept - loose fitting, lightweight cotton), again, would I be too cold?
I know it's hit and miss and weather can change, but I just hate the idea of wearing layers. Or, more specifically, dealing with said layers as they are removed.
Weatherunderground.com also seemed to indicate that I wouldn't need much in the way of rain gear, but I'm sure seeing a lot of evening rain when I watch "big brother after dark" on Showtime. (live feeds from LA)
Thanks for any clothing/packing tips you can share!