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Provincetown is definitely a summer travel destination, and one of the best New England has to offer. Winters can be downright frigid (the weather turns in mid-Autumn and doesn’t quite warm up again until late-May), but cool sea breezes, long days and comfortable nights make summers in P-Town just about perfect for travel. And hey, if it does get a little too hot walking around town, the whole coast is lined with beautiful beaches just begging you to take a refreshing dip. June through September, average high temperatures are in the mid- to high-70s, rarely reaching even 90. Nights typically bring temperatures in the low 60s and high 50s, although once in a while (this is New England weather, after all) Mother Nature will throw a curveball, so definitely count on bringing a light jacket or sweater for going out on the town at night.