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Old 05-02-2020, 05:07 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Chimérique View Post
May 1, 2020, 6:45pm

For the record

Oakland feels like 64F
Los Angeles 73F
Sacramento feels like 77F

San Bernardino 79F
Bakersfield feels like 79F
Roseville feels like 81F
Fresno feels like 81F

Las Vegas feels like 91F - Sac is 14 degrees COOLER than Vegas.
Phoenix feels like 98F - Sac is 21 degrees COOLER than Phoenix
In Roseville today...

At about 5pm, after not running A/C all day, I thought "I'm close to sweating might want to turn on A/C", but then I saw the sun low in the sky and opened the windows and a blast of cool air rushed in and now it is 56 and cold in the apartment. Keep a blanket folded over the sofa in Sacramento during the months of April and May because the breeze can be the difference between the A/C and needing a blanket.
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Old 05-03-2020, 01:15 AM
 
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In Roseville today...

At about 5pm, after not running A/C all day, I thought "I'm close to sweating might want to turn on A/C", but then I saw the sun low in the sky and opened the windows and a blast of cool air rushed in and now it is 56 and cold in the apartment. Keep a blanket folded over the sofa in Sacramento during the months of April and May because the breeze can be the difference between the A/C and needing a blanket.
Awesome!
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Old 05-06-2020, 12:15 AM
 
Location: Flovis
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Per Google @ 11pm
Nice variety today! Is your heater on tonite, chim?

Sacramento - 59f 9mph wind
Fresno - 71f 15mph wind (no ac needed here)
Bakersfield 73f 5mph wind
Phoenix 82f 4mph wind (hot tamale)

Edit: I forgot one
11:30pm Vegas 76f with 3mph wind

Last edited by dontbelievehim; 05-06-2020 at 12:33 AM..
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Old 05-09-2020, 10:35 AM
 
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I see you are taking up the slack when I'm away. Good for you, DBH.

I noted hourly temps from the other day because it was the warmest/hottest day of the year thus far, and I think it's so important that we have those 4hrs of really cool temps in the morning, another 4.5 hrs of comfortable temps, before any truly warm to "hot" temps come our way in the later afternoon-evening.


May 8, 2020 - Sacramento

5am-7:30am - low to mid 50's - 2.5 hrs.

7:30am-9am - low to mid 60's - 1.5 hrs.

9am-11am - 70's - 2 hrs.

11am - 1:30pm - 80's - 2.5 hrs.

The High reached 95F

8pm - 82F - there was NO Delta Breeze

9pm-11pm - 70's - there was NO Delta Breeze

There was no Delta Breeze, yet, throughout the night it still was in the 60's - to 50's, so important for keeping those A/C bills down, and just knowing that we are getting a REALl cool down each night. I those 1 or 2 days when temps stay in the high 60's, very rarely the low 70's we absolutely freak out and say it's so "humid".
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Old 05-09-2020, 07:56 PM
 
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Sacramento Weather Readers,

In the larger Sacramento Metro Area what are the coolest, and warmest places in each season?

Sacramento's Consolidated Metro Area actually runs all the up to South Lake Tahoe, but for this question, roughly the "four corners of the Sacramento Metro Area" include all places within these defined parameters:

Northwest - Knights Landing on the Sacramento River
Northeast - Auburn which half way up the Sierra Foothills on the north periphery
Southwest - Rio Vista on the Sacramento River
Southeast - Jackson which is 1/3 up the Sierra Foothills on the north periphery

But this defined area stretches out a bit to also include Woodland, Davis, Dixon, Vacaville, and Lodi.
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Old 05-12-2020, 12:16 AM
 
Location: Flovis
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11:10pm per google

Sac 58f
San Diego 65f
Fresno 67f
Bakersfield 69f
Vegas 81f
Phoenix 84f

Nice, cool nite there. Enjoy it
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Old 05-14-2020, 03:43 AM
 
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May 14, 2020 2:30 AM

Roseville - Currently 56f, high 72
Phoenix and Las Vegas - 70f high 92
San Francisco - 57f high 63

This is after the 90 degree stretch in the last week of April. It's nice to get a break in between periods of abrupt warmth, versus periods of sustained mild temps in May or sustained periods of 90 degree weather. No A/C use this entire week, windows open and I have a sweater on. I was ready for the river on April 28th, quite the change!
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Old 05-17-2020, 12:10 PM
 
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After that brief heat wave the cooler weather is a nice change!
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Old 05-18-2020, 11:35 AM
 
Location: Ocotillo, Chandler, AZ
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As long as it continues to cool off into the 60s at night during the summer, count your lucky stars. It's a whole different ballgame when your overnight low doesn't go below the 80s for 3 months. Imagine having no cold water. Just hot water. Like, you have only the cold water on, but hot water comes out the whole time.

Would like to move back to the area (lived there for a couple of years as a kid), just need a remote job!
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Old 05-20-2020, 07:30 AM
 
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After a week of cool and cloudier weather in California, it's going to get hot in the Central Valley next week. In the meantime, we're still seeing very cool mornings around the West, and I'm thankful for them!

6 AM temps this morning:

Sacramento 53
SF 54
San Diego (airport) 58
San Diego (my ZIP code) 51
Portland 51
Seattle 51
Las Vegas 60
Phoenix 61
Fresno 54
Redding 50

Enjoy the mild weather for now, and as always, let's be thankful we don't live in most of the country. Chicago and Milwaukee, for example, are still seeing 50s for highs and no better than 60s for the next ten days, with plenty of rain. And as Sac gets into the upper 90s next week, just remember it'll be fifteen degrees hotter in the deserts. Right now is a great season in the Valley.
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