Originally Posted by GotGarlic
The funny thing is California is so big, they probably have a dozen or more climates, but somehow southern California's is the stereotype for the whole state. Much of the coast is cold and windy; San Francisco is freezing in the summer; my dad lives in the Sierra Nevada Mountains where they typically get many feet of snow in the winter. It's a crazy place.
It's 55 and sunny here. I'm going to go sit on the porch.
That's pretty much it!
The weather varies so much throughout the state and yes, many people associate SoCal with the weather for the entire state. I'm in the desert, near the base of the Eastern Sierra Nevadas, so it does get pretty cold here. Brutally hot in the summertime.
Right now at 7:15PM it's 46F, feels like 41F, and supposed to drop down into the mid 20's tonight. Brrr.