Winter in southern California is unlike any other: it’s often characterized by mild temperatures that range from mid fifties to low sixties (degrees Fahrenheit) during day time, and drops to the upper thirties and forties in the nights. Days are sunny and are sometimes accompanied with mild winds. We did get some good rain a couple days ago, – the second time this year, although the first time was hardly considered rain at all. It was more of a drizzle really. Perhaps some of you who experience harsher winters are tempted to think how unfair of southern Californian winters, but it’s worth remembering that summers here are extra hot! hot to the point of not being able to do anything outside during daytime. The hottest day I have experienced here was a hundred and sixteen degrees Fahrenheit. So, I guess it’s a fair balance after all, no?
Here is a picture of me from my morning walk to the local hills this morning at 07:00 AM.
A Happy New Year to you all!