Weather forecast in Los Angeles for this Monday, March 27

Start of the day in Los Angeles, preparing for a Monday with virtually cloudless skies. According to the weather forecast provided by AccuWeather, the temperature will rise to a maximum of 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22ºC) during the day, while a minimum of 48 degrees Fahrenheit (9ºC) is expected at night. Southeasterly winds will blow at speeds of 6.21 mph during the day and 4.97 at night.

On the other hand, the thermal sensation, that is, “real temperature” will be 79ºF (26ºC) maximum and 79ºF (26ºC) minimum.

At this time of the year, sunrise will begin at 06:47, while sunset will begin at 19:10. In total we will have 12 hours of sunshine during this Monday.

The weather forecast for tomorrow in Los Angeles

Weather in Los Angeles tomorrow there will be cloudy skies. Temperatures will vary between 52 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit (11 and 21ºC). The chances of rain will be 4% in the morning, 94% in the afternoon and 4% at night.

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Weather in Los Angeles

The beautiful city of Los Angeles has a temperate climate for most of the year, with the warm season running from July to September. During this time, the average daily high temperature is over 80°F, with August leading the way as the hottest month with an average high of 84°F and low of 66°F.

On the other hand, LA’s cool season lasts from November through March, with the daily average maximum temperature below 70 °F. It should be noted that the coldest month of the year in Los Angeles is during Christmas, in December, with minimum temperatures of 66 °C and maximum temperatures of 68 °C.

What is the climate like in the United States?

A country as vast as The United States has very different climates depending on the area and the time of year. On the East Coast, the predominant climates are humid subtropical in the southeast and humid continental in the northernmost zone.

While humid subtropical climate It is characterized by hot summers with high humidity and cool winters with abundant rainfall in coastal areas, the Continental weather It has rainfall throughout the year, with snowfall that later becomes snowfall in winter and strong storms in the central months of summer.

There are at least three major predominant climates in the western United States: semi-arid, arid, and Mediterranean.. The cold semi-arid climate spans the west-central and north-south parts of the United States, with low rainfall and low temperatures.

The Southwest has a hot or cold arid climate, with icy winters and mild summers and very mild summers and winters. Both have little chance of precipitation given their dry condition. The Mediterranean climate occurs in the coastal area of ​​the American West and has mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers.