Fog Seeping Through the Golden Gate Bridge

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    San Francisco’s Mediterranean climate is mild (the temperature nearly always hovers between 55 – 75 degrees F year-round), but when the fog invades, be prepared for the massive chill down. Most prominent in the summer months, the natural air-conditioning is both loved and hated by locals. Yes, we crave hot, sunny days and warm nights when the rest of the country enjoys them in excess; however, we’ll haughtily brag when we’re frolicking on the city beaches in March or November. Whether the tidal wave of fog is pouring over Twin Peaks or seeping through the soaring suspension cables of the Golden Gate Bridge, one thing can’t be denied – it’s an uncommonly beautiful sight.


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  2. milchap
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    Foggy San Francisco may be a romantic setting but fog does create havoc with flights at SFO.
     
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    Sure cools things down when it gets out here to Benicia. We've been having overnight lows down to 59F the last few weeks which is just wonderful when you know it's going to heat up in the afternoon.
     

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