There are heavy, flooding rains across portions of California. For them, a few days of rain are more catastrophic than our worst winter storms. That’s a bad thing… but it’s a few days a year.
Here’s the upside, the real reason San Diego is so attractive.
The rain held off just long enough to set a record for the second straight year. San Diego went 182 consecutive days without measurable rainfall, topping last year’s run of 181. Rain on Sunday morning broke the dry streak, which began April 18. Before last year, the record was 165 days set in 1988. – from SanDiego.com
You know, I’ll put up with a few umbrella days to get that six months of sunshine.