June Gloom Is Making Me Surf a Lot Less

June Gloom Is Making Me Surf a Lot Less

June Gloom, also known as “May Gray” and sometimes “No Sky July,” is the colloquial term for a weather pattern in the region that results in overcast cloud conditions and cool temperatures in the late spring and early summer.

Southern California is known for being perpetually sunny, and most people that don’t call this region home are unaware of the concept of June Gloom.

After spending the bulk of my life in New York, including several years in cloud-laden western New York, the idea of people being bummed out by some cloudy weather with temperatures in the 60s seemed ridiculous, and perhaps that’s how I’ll come off to some people now.

Read more here: The Inertia

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