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Old 04-26-2020, 02:25 PM
 
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I just moved out of temecula after 20 years of living there and I would NEVER go back. IMO Temecula was great until the [mod cut] from san diego, la and oc decided it was ok to move to temecula. By and large these are the same people idaho, tx etc.. don't want moving to their states and for good reason.

And then there's the traffic, road rage...felt like a combat zone.

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Old 04-26-2020, 03:16 PM
 
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But Temecula is just so hot in the summer. 10 years ago when we moved here from the east coast Temecula housing was relatively affordable. Not so much now. We found a place in San Diego within the coastal zone and the weather is great.
Temecula is certainly hotter than coastal San Diego County in the summertime; however, Temecula is not nearly as hot as Palm Springs and other desert cities. In the core summer months, daily low temperatures in Temecula typically hover in the high 50's and low 60's, whereas daily low temperatures in the nearby Coachella Valley rarely dip below 75 degrees. Also, throughout much of June, Temecula experiences the "June Gloom" phenomenon, consistent with the rest of Southern California, which moderates daily high temperatures. I have close friends who reside in Temecula, and they and their neighbors heat their swimming pools throughout much of the summer.
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Old 04-26-2020, 03:40 PM
 
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Temecula is spared the uncomfortably hot nighttime temps by dint of the Rainbow Gap allowing the marine influence to settle in.
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Old 04-26-2020, 03:40 PM
 
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IMO the worst of the weather for temecula runs for about 2 months from late july through mid-september or so. August can be pretty miserable (hot, often stagnant air), but the rest of the year the weather is generally really nice.

I will say at times I found myself saying: great, another sunny day - particularly in dry years.

It's nice to have a cloudy day once in a while.

As for june gloom I'd say more like may gray, sure it could run into June.

Interestingly I've experienced 45 degree days and hail in June and also 100+ in June.
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Old 04-26-2020, 03:43 PM
 
Location: Declezville, CA
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IMO Temecula was great until the [mod cut] from san diego, la and oc decided it was ok to move to temecula.
You can see the OC transplant influence by the trillions of Christian churches that dot the landscape.

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Old 04-30-2020, 06:32 PM
 
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IOWA ? I think the reason Malcom started this post is because he is jealous of all the people that live in Temecula that don't have to move to a death trap like Iowa. And are you guys serious about the traffic here? Come on! Have you ever driven in LA or OC ? I live in La Cresta and it takes me 15 minutes every morning and evening to get to and from work which is off of Rancho Calif Road. It's a breeze.
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Old 05-02-2020, 03:13 AM
 
Location: Coastal San Diego
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IOWA ? I think the reason Malcom started this post is because he is jealous of all the people that live in Temecula that don't have to move to a death trap like Iowa. And are you guys serious about the traffic here? Come on! Have you ever driven in LA or OC ? I live in La Cresta and it takes me 15 minutes every morning and evening to get to and from work which is off of Rancho Calif Road. It's a breeze.
You live in Temecula farm country. Most people haven't found La Cresta yet.
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Old 05-04-2020, 01:03 PM
 
Location: San Diego, CA
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I just moved out of temecula after 20 years of living there and I would NEVER go back. IMO Temecula was great until the [mod cut] from san diego, la and oc decided it was ok to move to temecula. By and large these are the same people idaho, tx etc.. don't want moving to their states and for good reason.

And then there's the traffic, road rage...felt like a combat zone.
The irony is you were once viewed the same as those you despise so much now. I had a slew of friends move there from San Diego in the late 90’s to early 00’s and they weren’t exactly welcomed with open arms (to their face at least). They’d tell me how everyone was already in full complaint mode about it getting overrun by the time they got there. It’s the same sentiment I’ve heard from friends of mine that grew up there in the 80’s & 90’s and now live in San Diego.

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Old 05-04-2020, 09:27 PM
 
Location: Declezville, CA
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You should have heard what the small town Temecula farmers and ranchers had to say about the newcomers when the subdivision boom of the late seventies ushered in the endless blight of earth tone tract homes and traffic problems.

No more this:

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Old 05-07-2020, 05:14 AM
 
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I just moved out of temecula after 20 years of living there and I would NEVER go back. IMO Temecula was great until the [mod cut] from san diego, la and oc decided it was ok to move to temecula. By and large these are the same people idaho, tx etc.. don't want moving to their states and for good reason.

And then there's the traffic, road rage...felt like a combat zone.
I always like the westside downtown historic Temecula area (west of 15 freeway). Drive over Main St. bridge to Pujol St., it feels like a small, but a party town, similar to downtown Durango, CO. No traffic jams too. I think the homes there should worth $1 million and more soon. It's a gold mine. Once you pass the 15 freeway east to suburbs Temecula, it all looks fake to me.

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