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Written by Brennan Wasan
When people across the States think of a place with perfect weather, they often picture Southern California because of its warm climate and low humidity. Though Los Angeles may be the largest city in Southern California, it is plagued by smog and other irritants. San Diego is the quintessential portrait of perfect weather for millions of Americans. If you’re looking for one of the best climates in the country, you’ll find it here in San Diego. SDSU offers one of the most perfect climates that any university has to offer.
However, perfect does not mean that there are sunny skies 365 days a year. San Diego receives its share of rain and thunder, but these events occur very rarely. The weather is about as perfect as it can get, but that doesn’t mean you can walk around in a tank top and board shorts every day of the year. During the winter, it can get cold enough in San Diego that a heavy jacket is required. During the summer, some days a jacket is needed, but most days you can get away with board shorts and a tank top. People complaining about the weather San Diego are not grudging on the same level as those people complaining about weather in New England. Southern California has bright, sunny weather a majority of the time. If you’re looking for that, you’ll enjoy the climate here in San Diego.
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