Sunland Ca Weather What’s The Fuss About

October 29, 2019

The Sunland Ca Weather can be just like the Mediterranean in the summer time. The temperatures range from 80’s to the upper 90s June through October. During the winter months the highs are in the low to mid 60’s. Sunland Ca Weather seems or has often been considered great weather and once upon a time was known for being the greatest. In the beginning it started as Monte Vista on 2000 acres divided into lots. The local weather was conducive to growing olives and was known as the olive orchard of Los Angeles.

Sunland Ca Weather had to be the reason why it was so easy to grow olives because of the hot arid summers and the length of them flowing through to October. The Los Angeles Times often referred to Monte Vista as Sunland Ca, so it became such over time.

Because of the location near the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains Sunland Ca Weather can get pretty chilly at night even through the summer months with it ranging from 45 to 55 degrees. Quite a dramatic climate change from evening to the next day. This weather reminds me a little bit of how the dessert can be from night to day.

The average precipitation in this area falls from November through March ranging from 1 to 3.5 inches per month. Because of the Sunland Ca Weather it was once known as an area where farmers, bee keepers and various types of livestock were part of the trade business there.

In the 1950s-1970s this area was known to be a haven for asthma sufferers because of the Sunland Ca Weather and it’s pure air as it had a reputation of being a health resort. The location of this area coupled with the mountain air. Sunland Ca Weather was also dubbed with having a near Switzerland type of air, called high and dry. In 1957 it was considered one of the healthiest places in the world. The news spread so fast because of the weather! Sunland Ca Weather was the reason it was considered the place for asthma sufferers to settle down and live. Sounds like a great place to me, I am curious about the equine laws there and if they allow you to stable horses near there.

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