A WORD ABOUT THE WEATHER
“The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.”
The coolest thing Mark Twain never said.
While usually attributed to him, the actual source of these words is unknown
and there is no evidence that Mark Twain ever said this.
San Francisco is actually blessed with a wonderfully moderate climate all year long. The temperature is rarely too hot, and seldom too cold. The average daily temperature is 62.5 degrees. Expect some of the famous fog during the summer and some rain November through March. The months of September and October are renowned for their balmy, fog free, sunny days.