Yes, one of the adaptations to working out regularly (which is slightly different from fitness, but obviously close) is that your body begins to anticipate excess heat and starts sweating earlier in your workout, rather than waiting for excess heat to build up and then trying to get rid of it. And of course, being fitter may allow you to work out harder, and generate more excess heat, and thus have to sweat more.
But I also agree with other posters that sweating is a better indicator of environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, wind/air movement, etc) than fitness or exercise intensity.
And there are differences between individuals - some people are more efficient at allowing the blood to flow closer to the skin (where heat can escape more easily), without having to sweat as much.
In any event, sweating is healthy process and ensures that your core body temperature remains at a safe and stable level. Embrace it!
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
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