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California Weather 

California Vacation Weather

Elevation and proximity to the Pacific dictates California Weather.

The southern coastal cities of San Diego and Los Angeles have similar climates, while San Francisco is cooler. The temperature ranges in those three major cities, and any other California coastal city, is very small.

Inland weather is more variable. Much of California is desert, and the southern, inland parts of California and very dry and very hot. Northern inland areas are a little more moist, making farming possible.


The Sierra Mountains are snowy, but the rest of the states sees very little snowfall. Flooding, fires and mudslides are the weather related events to worry about. no serious tornadoes have ever hit California.

California Weather

Bakersfield Weather

In the last 68 years the highest measured temperature in Bakersfield California was 115°F, and the normal daily high is 77. The lowest documented temperature for Bakersfield for the past 68 years was 19, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 53. Bakersfield typically receives a yearly average of 6 inches of precipitation.

Fresno Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Fresno for the past 56 years was 112°F, while the average high daily temperature for the year is 75. In the last 56 years the highest reported temperature in Fresno was 18, while the normal low measured annual temperature is 51. Fresno typically receives a yearly average of 11 inches of precipitation.

Long Beach Weather

The hottest day in Long Beach California for the past 53 years was 111°F, and the mean annual high is 75. The lowest documented temperature for Long Beach for the past 53 years was 25, and the mean annual daily low is 55. Long Beach usually receives an annual average of 13 inches of rain.

Los Angeles Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Los Angeles for the past 70 years was 110°F, while the standard high daily temperature for the year is 71. The lowest measured temperature in Los Angeles for the last 70 years was 16, and the typical annual low is 56. Los Angeles usually receives an average of 13 inches of precipitation per year.

Redding Weather

The highest recorded temperature in Redding California for the past 19 years was 118°F, while the regular high yearly temperature is 75. The lowest reported temperature for Redding for the past 19 years was 17, while the average low annual temperature is 48. Redding usually receives an average of 34 inches of precipitation annually and averages 4 inches of snow yearly.

Sacramento Weather

The highest recorded temperature for Sacramento for the past 55 years was 115°F, while the typical high yearly temperature is 74. In the last 55 years the highest reported temperature in Sacramento was 18, while the normal low measured annual temperature is 48. Sacramento receives an annual average of 18 inches of precipitation.

San Diego Weather

The highest recorded temperature in San Diego California for the past 65 years was 111°F, while the average high daily temperature for the year is 71. The coldest day reported in San Diego for the past 65 years was 29, and the average annual low daily temperature is 58. San Diego usually receives an average of 11 inches of rain during the year.

San Francisco Weather

In the last 78 years the highest measured temperature in San Francisco California was 106°F, and the regular yearly high is 65. The coldest day in San Francisco for the past 78 years was 20, and the mean annual daily low is 50. San Francisco receives an annual average of 20 inches of precipitation.

Santa Barbara Weather

In the last 69 years the highest measured temperature in Santa Barbara California was 109°F, and the mean annual high is 72. The lowest documented temperature for Santa Barbara for the past 69 years was 20, and the standard annual low recorded daily temperature is 49. Santa Barbara typically receives a yearly average of 17 inches of rain.

Santa Maria Weather

The highest recorded temperature in Santa Maria California for the past 63 years was 108°F, while the normal high daily temperature for the year is 69. The lowest reported temperature for Santa Maria for the past 63 years was 5, and the normal low daily annual temperature is 46. Santa Maria usually receives an average of 14 inches of precipitation annually.

San Jose Weather

The record high temperature in San Jose California for the last 50 years was 109°F, while the normal high yearly temperature is 71. The record low temperature in San Jose for the last 50 years was 19, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 50. San Jose typically receives a yearly average of 15 inches of precipitation.