We’re in a weird transitional season in Southern California. Kind of in between what we call summer (a little bit of heat with no humidity) and winter (more like spring in the rest of the country).
The thing that identifies fall in Southern California are extremes. For example, in the last week, we had had days of upper 90’s (here at the beach – triple digits inland) followed two days later with fog and temperatures barely in the mid 60’s:
Saturday was absolutely spectacular with temperatures in the low 70’s, light breeze, and bluebird skies:
But, unlike the rest of the country where autumn looks like this*:
Here in Southern California, autumn looks like this:
Keep your head down and feet moving!
* Just to rub it in – the fall colors photo above was taken in Southern California – about six hours north of Orange County.