When you think of Long Beach weather, think over 340 days of sunshine. Most people move to Long Beach for the beach lifestyle. They have always wanted to live by the beach and we have the most affordable properties by the beach in Southern California.
During the summer it’s overcast in the morning hours and burns off later in the day.
What are the Long Beach Weather Temperatures Really Like?
I’ve been living in Long Beach for 10 years now. The temperatures for Long Beach weather range from 67 to 77 from November to June. July to September goes from 82 to 84 on the average. Overall the low is about 55.4 and the high is 74.2.
|December||69 high / 47 low|
|November||75 high / 52 low|
|October||82 high / 60 low|
|September||88 high / 65 low|
|August||90 high / 67 low|
|July||89 high / 67 low|
|June||84 high / 63 low|
|May||79 high / 59 low|
|April||76 high / 54 low|
|March||73 high / 52 low|
|February||70 high / 49 low|
|January||69 high / 48 low|
June Gloom in Long Beach Weather
June is the month for overcast clouds for Long Beach weather. Every year, it’s like you live in Seattle where it is cloudy when you are here at the beach.
And, it’s not just Long Beach. Up and down the coastline in Southern California it is cloudy.
Review this week’s 10-day weather forecast for Long Beach, California.
Living in Long Beach, California has its benefits. Long Beach weather is awesome year-round.
Winter Weather in Long Beach? Ummm…Sometimes
Sure, we have rain in a good year. But don’t expect it to snow. You should be able to see the snow from the beach up in the mountains.
You could take a short two-hour drive or so to go snow skiing at Mountain High or Snow Summit in Big Bear, California after a rain at the beach.
I haven’t seen any snow on the sand in Long Beach. I do remember back a few years, there was a hail storm in Huntington Beach and it looked like it snowed on the beach. But that’s about it.
Summertime at the Beach, Of Course
Everyone heads to the sand and ocean when it is hot in July, August, and part of September in Long Beach, California. How crowded is it? Not that much depending upon where you go on the beach.
So, for example, if you are in Belmont Shore, there will be lots of people on the sand but not as many as in the bay area at Bay Shore and Ocean Blvd. Wow…or Mother’s Beach
I find Huntington Beach to be more crowded with happy people on hot summer days than Long Beach.
Frequently Asked Question about Long Beach Weather
Q.) Does it rain in Long Beach California?
A.) Yes. It varies from year to year. Long Beach gets about 14 inches of rain per year. But snow at the beach. Awesome.
Q.) Does it get foggy at the beach?
A.) Yes. Sometimes it is dense fog with low visibility. Then, I’m noticing on some days the fog will roll in at 3 pm in the afternoon and it is just weird and funny at the same time. All I can say is crazy days in Long Beach, California.
Q.) What is the water temperature in Long Beach CA?
A.) According to SeaTemperature.org, the average water coolness is about 63.9. For further research, I suggest Long Beach sea temperature or the current conditions on NOAA’s chart for the Southern Pacific Coast.
Summer Time Events to Get Relief from Long Beach Weather?
- Famous Stroll and Savor that is held once a month from June to August in the Belmont Shore area on 2nd Street. It’s a foodie event on 2nd Street here in Long Beach.
- The Belmont Shore Car Show held in September every year.
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