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Old 06-22-2020, 10:08 PM
 
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Starting to realize why having a POOL is mandatory to survive living here
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Old 06-26-2020, 11:04 AM
 
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This has been the best, coolest summer. It is almost July land hardly any 100-degree days yet. We had a stout heat wave early, but then really noting until of late. It has been wonderful. And nice how well it has been cooling off overnight with low morning temps.

Usually when we get this, the east coast is scorching hot, so I wonder how they are doing.
Well, technically, the day you wrote that was only the first day of summer...

So far, 14 days of June above 90 and 4 days above 100. But also a few in the 70s. Overall pretty summery but nothing Earth shattering.
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Old 06-27-2020, 02:38 AM
 
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Well the humidity is what has been bad not the temps
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Old 06-27-2020, 01:36 PM
 
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Well the humidity is what has been bad not the temps
No, the humidity has been perfect in Sacramento has it almost always is.

Humidity and dew points are almost in the Sacramento Region are ALWAYS in the COMFORTABLE to VERY COMFORTABLE RANGE.
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Old 06-27-2020, 03:13 PM
 
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No, the humidity has been perfect in Sacramento has it almost always is.

Humidity and dew points are almost in the Sacramento Region are ALWAYS in the COMFORTABLE to VERY COMFORTABLE RANGE.
Yeah, you guys were having around triple digits for days! I see it's better now. Just be glad you're not in Redding ir San Francisco. :-)
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Old 07-01-2020, 08:05 AM
 
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June 2020 - Sacramento

High Temp of the Day
How many days of:


Heat Index - 100's - ZERO Days
(Actual - 100's - 3 days)

Heat Index - 90's - 16 days
(Actual - 90's - 13 days)

80's - 11 days
70's - 3 days



Low Temp of the Day - In Sacramento you always have real cool morning temps despite how warm or hot it gets for that day
How many days of:


60's - 17 days (all days were 65F or less)
50's - 12 days
40's - 1 day
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Old 07-02-2020, 08:12 AM
 
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Oh Boy, that Delta Breeze is refreshing! Almost Chilly, this morning, excellent for walks and runs!
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Old 07-05-2020, 03:10 PM
 
Location: Landrum,SC
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I've only driven through CA on my way up the coast and stayed in Willow for a day , but have always been interested in moving to somewhere between Sacramento and Redding , where i'm not too far from Yosemite , but not too far from Stanislaus forest or other higher elevation outdoors for hiking . Having spent about 5 months total in Phoenix and various parts of Arizona I got use to the dry air , and now cannot stand the southeast humidity anymore.

One day soon .
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Old 07-07-2020, 03:08 AM
 
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I've only driven through CA on my way up the coast and stayed in Willow for a day , but have always been interested in moving to somewhere between Sacramento and Redding , where i'm not too far from Yosemite , but not too far from Stanislaus forest or other higher elevation outdoors for hiking . Having spent about 5 months total in Phoenix and various parts of Arizona I got use to the dry air , and now cannot stand the southeast humidity anymore.

One day soon .
FYI, there are other forests closer to Sacramento than Yosemite and Stanislaus, although Yosemite is just over 3 hours away, not bad. Northeast of Sacramento is the Desolation Wilderness of the northern Sierra near Lake Tahoe (1-2 hours), and then you have Plumas, Mt. Lassen (2.5 hrs) and Mt. Shasta (the Cascades) (3hrs).

To the west of Sacramento you have the Redwoods in Marin and Sonoma Counties. But even better are the Redwoods in Mendocino and Humboldt Counties. The Redwood Forests are much denser than the forests in the Sierras with the added bonus that they are as low as sea level to 3,500 feet, so you can do all those magnificent hikes in the most beautiful forests in the world without having at a high elevation. Sacramento is closer to those forests than any of the other big cities/metros in California. (Sacramento, Oakland, and San Francisco are all about the same distance to Humboldt and Del Norte County Redwood Forests).

Sacramento is closer to Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta than any other large city in California.

Forecast for July 7, 2020

Sacramento: low 55F; high 92F

Chester: Mt. Lassen area: low 51F; high 79F

Dunsmuir: Mt. Shasta area: low 55F; high 85F

Guerneville: Redwoods Sonoma County low:54F; high 89F

Ukiah: Redwoods Mendocino County low: 53F; high 87F

Garberville: Redwoods Southern Humboldt County low 52F; high 78F

Ferndale: Redwoods Humboldt County low 52F; high 62F
Arcata: Redwoods Humboldt County low 52F; high 67F

Trinidad: Redwoods Northern Humboldt County low 51F; high 61F
Orick: Redwoods Northern Humboldt County low: 51F ; high 63F

Klamath: Redwoods Southern Del Norte County: low: 51F ; high 69F
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Old 07-07-2020, 06:51 AM
 
Location: Landrum,SC
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Thanks for such an informative reply . I have hiked Heart Lake up to a high point overlooking both the lakes towards Mt Shasta, the 6 ish mile Redwood loop (blown away by both) and visited Patrick's Point. So beautiful.
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