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Climate of san diego

Apr 9th 2012 at 3:16 AM

 

The Regardless of where you choose to live, the sun will shine on you for more than half the year. San Diego enjoys mild seasons, with an average daily coastal temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and an average rainfall of only 9.5 inches. At the time of the winter months—typically November through February—daytime temperatures average in the 60s, dropping into the 50s and 40s at night. The summer months, which stretch from mid-May to October, average 76 degrees in the day. The evenings are gentle and warm, with an average of 64 degrees at night.

San Diego is one of the top-ten best climates in the Farmer's Almanac and is one of the two best summer climates in America as scored by The Weather Channel.

San Diego's climate is characterized by warm, dry summers and mild winters with most of the annual precipitation falling between December and March. The city has gentle, mostly dry weather, with an average of 201 days above 70 °F (21 °C) and low rainfall 9–13 inches [23–33 cm] yearly

Most of the rainfall occurs during the cooler months. The months of December through March supply most of the rain, with February the only month averaging 2 inches or more of rain. The months of May through September tend to be almost completely dry.

Snow in the city is so rare that it has been observed only five times in the century-and-a-half that records have been kept. In 1949 and 1967, snow stayed on the ground for a few hours in higher locations like Point Loma and La Jolla. The other three occasions, in 1882, 1946, and 1987, involved flurries but no accumulation. The city's first official weather station was situated at Mission San Diego from 1849 to 1858.

 

NOTE : This article is originally posted by San Diego Real Estate Group.

 

 

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