Most folks in the Bay (Yay) Area are amateur meteorologists. That’s due to the fact that the weather here is so freaking, ridiculously, nonsensical. It’s true that you’re just as likely to need a heavy coat in July as you are in January, and the warmest month of the year is usually either September or October. We’re surrounded by hills and ocean and bay, so there’s all these little pockets where you never know what might happen. For the most part, though, it’s usually just about 60, year round, day in and day out.
Then every once in a while, the wind changes direction. See, that 60 comes from the fact that the wind is blowing in from the ocean, usually bringing cooling fog in with it. In the summer, the fog is with us in the morning, but burns off in the afternoon for a few hours of decent warmth, before the fog returns in the evening. That fog is what “they” call the natural air conditioning. This is more so in The City than in the East Bay where I live, but it’s still not as hot here as in the Central Valley, generally.
However, a few days ago, the winds changed, and are coming out of the East, across greater California, keeping out the cooling fog. It’s toasty. I love it. It’s supposed to be in the 90s in The City tomorrow. For those of you not so great at math, that’s 30 degrees hotter than normal. And in the East Bay where I live, it could hit 100. And to that I say – BRING IT ON!