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Old 01-09-2010, 09:47 AM
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We just relocated here from the foothills, thinking we were coming to a bit warmer climate. ..but it seems to be truely only "a bit!" Is this an unusually cold AND FOGGY winter?
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Old 01-09-2010, 10:15 AM
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This year has been colder and foggier than normal in the Easy Bay valleys for sure. It's not really raining very much, so the air just sits there, has enough moisture to condense, and forms fog. Interestingly, it's but much warmer and sunnier than average in SoCal, and Seattle has been warmer than average (though still pretty wet), almost hitting the same temps as NorCal. Of course, last year was the opposite. I think it hit 84 degrees in Santa Rosa in mid-January, which is also ridiculous.
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