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Old 02-21-2019, 06:20 PM
 
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June doom would be a dream compared to my dry and hot June with 75+ dew points.
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Old 02-21-2019, 06:41 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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Water temps are chilly in winter and cool in summer, but not cold. August has a mean water temperature of 20C so nice for a swim.
68F water is pretty darn cold.
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Old 02-21-2019, 07:14 PM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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Pretty accurate, except I disagree that peak summer temperatures continue into November. Really, peak temperatures are over by the beginning of October. It can still be "hot" and definitely still dry, but it's not normally hot like August and early September, which in my experience is absolutely the hottest time of the year.



Not this winter.
Weather this winter so far in LA according to timeanddate.com:

1/12 18C Sunny and delightful
2/12 18C Sunny and beautiful
3/12 20C Sunny and delightful
4/12 22C Sunny and beautiful
5/12 16C Cloudy and cooler
6/12 14C Rain and mild
7/12 21C Sunny and warmer
8/12 21C Sunny and delightful
9/12 22C Sunny and beautiful
10/12 20C Sunny and delightful
11/12 21C Sunny and beautiful
12/12 19C Sunny and delightful
13/12 25C Sunny and hotter
14/12 21C Sunny and cooler
15/12 22C Sunny and beautiful
16/12 22C Sunny and delightful
17/12 19C Sunny and cooler
18/12 19C Sunny and beautiful
19/12 23C Sunny and hotter
20/12 24C Sunny and delightful
21/12 21C Sunny and Cooler
22/12 21C Fog to sun
23/12 19C Fog to sun
24/12 19C Fog to sun
25/12 19C Sunny and beautiful
26/12 18C Sunny and delightful
27/12 19C Sunny and beautiful
28/12 17C Sunny and delightful
29/12 16C Sunny and beautiful
30/12 18C Sunny and delightful
31/12 17C Partly sunny and beautiful

December 2018: Avg max 19.7C (-0.1C), Highest temp 25C (-2.4C), Sunny days 25, Partly sunny days 4, Cloudy days 2, Foggy days 3, Rain days 1 (-4)

1/1 16C Sunny and delightful
2/1 17C Sunny and beautiful
3/1 19C Sunny and delightful
4/1 18C Sunny and beautiful
5/1 14C Partly sunny and cooler
6/1 16C Fog to sun and warm
7/1 16C Light rain and warm
8/1 22C Sunny and warmer
9/1 19C Sunny and cooler
10/1 18C Partly sunny and delightful
11/1 18C Fog to sun and warm
12/1 15C Cloudy and cooler
13/1 20C Sunny and warmer
14/1 19C Rain and warm
15/1 19C Light rain and warm
16/1 19C Rain and warm
17/1 17C Light rain and warm
18/1 19C Fog to cloud and warm
19/1 26C Sunny and hotter
20/1 23C Sunny and cooler
21/1 17C Sunny and cooler
22/1 19C Sunny and beautiful
23/1 19C Sunny and delightful
24/1 25C Sunny and hotter
25/1 24C Sunny and beautiful
26/1 24C Sunny and delightful
27/1 25C Sunny and hot
28/1 23C Sunny and beautiful
29/1 21C Sunny and delightful
30/1 19C Sunny and beautiful
31/1 16C Light rain and cooler

January 2019: Average max 19.4C (-0.7C), Highest temperature 26C (-2.5C), Sunny days 19, Partly sunny days 4, Cloudy days 7, Foggy days 3, Rain days 6 (+/-0)

1/2 17C Sunny and delightful
2/2 15C Rain and mild
3/2 16C Light rain and warm
4/2 16C Light rain and warm
5/2 13C Rain to sun and mild
6/2 13C Sunny and mild
7/2 17C Sunny and beautiful
8/2 17C Sunny and delightful
9/2 16C Sunny and beautiful
10/2 14C Cloudy and mild
11/2 16C Sunny and delightful
12/2 21C Sunny and warmer
13/2 16C Sunny and cooler
14/2 17C Light rain and warm
15/2 16C Partly sunny and beautiful
16/2 16C Sunny and delightful
17/2 14C Partly sunny and mild
18/2 14C Sunny and mild
19/2 15C Sunny and mild
20/2 13C Cloudy and mild
21/2 13C Partly sunny and mild

February 2019 (so far): Average max 15.5C (-4.8C) , Highest temp 21C (-8.1C) , Sunny days 11, Partly sunny days 4, Cloudy days 6, Foggy days 0, Rain days 5 (-1)

Winter 2018-19 (so far): Average max: 18.2C (-2.0C), Highest temp 26C (-3.1C), Sunny days 55/83, Partly sunny days 12/83, Cloudy days 15/83, Foggy days 6/83, Rain days 12/83 (-6).

Look how many days are sunny and delightful! February may have been well below average in terms of temps so far, but December and January were close to average.
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Old 02-21-2019, 07:15 PM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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68F water is pretty darn cold.
No its mild actually.
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Old 02-21-2019, 07:39 PM
 
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February 2019 (so far): Average max 15.5C (-4.8C) , Highest temp 21C (-8.1C) , Sunny days 11, Partly sunny days 4, Cloudy days 6, Foggy days 0, Rain days 5 (-1)
I don't live in Los Angeles, but I DO live in Orange County, CA.

According to Wunderground.com, my city has had measurable rainfall for 15 of the 21 days in February so far. The rainless days, for the record, were February 1, 6, 7, 11, 12, and 19. It's raining as I write, and it's snowing in the mountains and canyons.

There have been exactly six days in February that broke 15C. YOU may find 12C with cold rain beautiful and delightful. YOU may consider a day in which the sun peeks through for a few minutes here and there to be a "sunny day." In fact, you're more than welcome to sit on the other side of the world and claim that a place you've never been to is experiencing wonderful, delightful weather and that you know as much about it as the people who actually live there.
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Old 02-21-2019, 08:25 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, BC
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13C is cold for Angelenos. I am sure people were all in coats outside and had the heat on at home.
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Old 02-22-2019, 04:08 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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I don't live in Los Angeles, but I DO live in Orange County, CA.

According to Wunderground.com, my city has had measurable rainfall for 15 of the 21 days in February so far. The rainless days, for the record, were February 1, 6, 7, 11, 12, and 19. It's raining as I write, and it's snowing in the mountains and canyons.

There have been exactly six days in February that broke 15C. YOU may find 12C with cold rain beautiful and delightful. YOU may consider a day in which the sun peeks through for a few minutes here and there to be a "sunny day." In fact, you're more than welcome to sit on the other side of the world and claim that a place you've never been to is experiencing wonderful, delightful weather and that you know as much about it as the people who actually live there.
12C with mild rain is not delightful, no way did I say that. Read the climate history properly! A sunny day means sunny for all or most of the day, of which there have been 55 out of 83 days this winter, so you are wrong.
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Old 02-22-2019, 04:09 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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13C is cold for Angelenos. I am sure people were all in coats outside and had the heat on at home.
No 13C is not cold it is mild. It is not coat weather, it is jacket weather.
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Old 02-22-2019, 04:21 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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If there was any doubt that February is still very much a winter month in L.A., well...it snowed in L.A. yesterday!
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Old 02-22-2019, 04:42 PM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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If there was any doubt that February is still very much a winter month in L.A., well...it snowed in L.A. yesterday!
Well that's unusual. LA has summer weather all year, normal in January is 20C and sunny!
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