Los Angeles, CA
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5 College Freshman

Weather: The weather in California is fantastic, and it is rarely cold.

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5 College Freshman

Weather: There is not much to say--you can't get better than the daily beautiful sunshine in southern California.

5 College Freshman

Weather: nothing beats southern california, the weather allows for endless possibilites and activities plus if you need a change of pace you dont have to go any further than an hours drivw

4 College Sophomore

Weather: Weather is usually beautiful which is amazing for campus life since USC has so many open fields to lie out on and is right next to the beach if you want to have a beach day. It is easy to stroll around campus and get lost in the beautiful parks and winding architecture. I love the rain as well so on a random day or two (when all of the campus goers are scared of the rain) when the campus is clear and it is raining, it feels like I have the whole school to myself.

5 Recent Alumnus

Weather: It's called sunny SoCal for a reason!


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  • 270th
    Hottest Summers
  • 481st
    Coldest Winters

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BJ Grip
Colorado Springs, CO
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Warm, sunny days and cool nights are the LA standard. The temperature doesn’t usually go above 90 or below 50 degrees during the school year. September and May can be uncomfortably hot for students who don’t have air conditioners, but people usually cope, especially those of who hail from less-tropical parts of the world. While the desert climate is usually arid, summers can be muggy. June is the only cloudy month of the year, although LA’s notorious smog tends to cast a slightly dark hue over the sky. Rain showers are most common in the winter, but they only last for a day and always wash away the smog until the hustlers and bustlers paint it gray again. In recent years, however, January and February have been real rainy seasons, so it’s off and on each year.

When the temperature gets unbearably high, the beach is nearby, and when it gets cooler than usual in late winter, the snow-capped mountains that surround the city are open for skiing and snowboarding. One of the greatest assets of living in LA is the variety of trees and flowers that remain colorful throughout the winter months.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 73 °F
Spring - Low: 55 °F
Summer - High: 83 °F
Summer - Low: 64 °F
Fall - High: 78 °F
Fall - Low: 59 °F
Winter - High: 69 °F
Winter - Low: 49 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 1.43 in./month
Summer: 0.07 in./month
Fall: 0.58 in./month
Winter: 2.97 in./month



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