A taste of normal SF climate

As we enter SF, there is a big mist hanging over the Coastal side of the city. We had a great look at the Golden Gate Bridge but it was cold and blustery – apparently normal for SF. The most interesting part was the change across the city. They do two weather reports and forcasts – one for the coastal side, the other for the inland side about 10 miles away. There is a consistent 15 or more degree F different. Also, one cloudy, the other sunny, consistently.

For example, on our last day the forcast for the coastal side was 63-65F and cloudy, while the inland forcast (only a couple of miles across town remember) was for 82-85F and sunny.

It was really amazing and I wouldn’t have believed such a consistent difference.


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