Scroll down for visual images pertaining to San Francisco Weather and Climate.
Also see statewide climate conditions, as well as weather predictions for other California cities by visiting the links below.
Shown above, The Golden Gate Bridge. The reason you don't see people swimming in the beautiful water is because — for most folks — the water here is far too cold for swimming.
San Francisco is known for being a few degrees chillier than surrounding Bay Area cities such as Berkeley, Oakland, and Alameda.
What is the difference between Weather and Climate?
The terms 'Weather' and 'Climate' are closely related, and often used interchangeably.
The subtle difference is that weather has more to do with current conditions of temperature, wind, and humidity.
Climate is an average calculation of recurring weather conditions over time, derived from daily weather reports.
Much of the state of California is characterized by Mediterranean weather. This means hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters.
This page features charts, tables and stats pertaining to San Francisco Weather.
To see weather charts and tables from San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other major US cities, visit the links below.
Above: A San Francisco Weather graph depicting minimum, maximum, and average monthly temperatures, as well as precipitation, daylight hours, and more.
Above: This San Francisco Weather chart shows average temperatures throughout the year, as well as precipitation, monthly rainfall, sunny days, and more.
Above: A chart comparing the amount of monthly rainfall between New York and San Francisco Weather.
Above: A Geological Map of California. The Bay Area is located in the Coastal Ranges.
Above: San Francisco Weather monthly highs and lows
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