A recent article in MSN weather shows that San Diego ranks #3 as one of the best weather places in 2018.

San Diego has a Metro population of 3.2 million people with the median home price of $521,000. Regardless of it being one of the most expensive places to live in the country, it's also the most enjoyable weather. The median annual salaries only $55,000 and there are zero days below freezing. And, on the flipside, there are only about three days that are above 90°, making it very mild, warm place to live. The number of clear or partly clear days is about 263 and with no freezing days and an average of just three days over 90°, it's one of the best places to live in the US for the weather. There are about 100 cloudy days per year on average so you'll be spending plenty of time at the beach enjoying the sunshine and warm weather.

For instance, let's take a look at the next seven days, we're looking at a perfect 68° to 75° with only a 10% of precipitation on two or three of those days. Humidity is a mild 68% to 72% and even on the days it does get a little bit rainy our humidity is only at about 75%.

Even in our coldest months, our lows are only about 48 to 50° with highs around 65° and a 72% chance of sunshine. Our rainfall typically happens in December and January, but again, that's only one to 2 inches during these months. Our hottest months are July and August, of course, with highs of around 80° and lows at about 65°. It's these months that usually get an occasional 90° day once in a while.

So, if you like son, this is a perfect place to live, but as with anything, with the sun and not a lot of rain comes a lot of dry, arid country. There are some beautiful places along the beach, but you get a little bit inland and it will kind of seem like the desert. A lot of people like that, and this definitely isn't your rainsoaked Washington.

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