Yorbalinda California Weather
A bushfire that broke out in the mountains during blustery Santa Ana winds has forced hundreds of evacuations at Riverside County's Community Mountain Center and threatened surrounding homes. Wind drives the Bonita Fire Department as crews make progress on the Heritage Fire, Friday, August 5, 2016. Thousands of Oakland firefighters were on the scene Friday morning to put out a wildfire that broke out in a remote area of the San Jacinto Mountains, prompting evacuations and threatening homes, the US Forest Service said. A bushfire has broken out in San Bernardino County, threatening evacuated homes and triggering an evacuation.
Orange County Fire Department is battling a fire in Irvine, California that broke out in the early morning of October 26. The two major fires that have prompted evacuations are in Yorba Linda, which is in a remote area of the San Jacinto Mountains north of Irvine and south of Orange.
This area is somewhat temperate compared to tourist destinations around the world, but given the humidity, temperatures feel very comfortable for much of the year. Rain is expected in mid-December and has been raining since mid-December.
Most of July will be dry, with a low chance of rain in August, September and October. It will probably be drier in early September and early October, but it will be dry from mid-October to early November. Rain is expected from the end of October to March, with little in April and May.
It will be dry from mid-October to early November, with little chance of rain in late November and early December. It is dry in January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November. November is the driest month of the year with the least chance of rain from late September to late October, but early October is drier. February to February is wet with low rainfall from early February to late February. September is a dry month with little to no rain in the first half of September and a high probability of some rain in the second half of September.
The daytime highs are between 96 and 7º F, but it feels very nice given the humidity and wind. The perceived humidity in Yorba Linda varies considerably from day to day, with the measured humidity (humid, oppressive and miserable) ranging from 4 - 4.5% to 5 - 6%, while it remains below 4%.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Yorba Linda, the hottest months are August, July and then September. When dry weather is forecast, it will be June, August and July; Yorba Linda has pleasantly wet months. Based on this figure, one of the hottest times to visit Yorbe Linda is early July or early September, with temperatures ranging from the mid-90s to mid-90s.
The hottest day of the year was August 23, with an average high of 88C and a low of 63C. The hottest days this year were 29 July, 30 July and 31 July, with highs of 87 ° F and lows of 62 ° F.
Southern California's dry - as-average winter this year favored a record - high temperatures in the first half of the year and the hottest summer on record. Record heat and record heat came despite a moderately cooling El Nino - La Nina influence on the Pacific.
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November were drier than in any of the past five years, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The first half of this year was dry, the driest winter on record for Southern California. It may have been dry, but it was not as dry as it was or could be, due to an El Nino-La Nina influence on the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. There was a record - high temperatures for January in Los Angeles County and for California in general.
It was the driest June, July, August, September, October, November and December on record for Los Angeles County and will be drier in the first half of next year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). It was dry in October and is Southern California's driest October with record low temperatures - the lowest for October. It was a dry bed for California in July and October and for all of the last five years.
It was the driest June, July, August, September, October, November and December on record for Los Angeles County and will be drier in the first half of next year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The rainy season this year lasted 6.1 months, with rainfall falling to a record low of 4.7mm in November. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) over 7.8 months until autumn (7 November).