2021 Long Range Weather Forecast for Pacific Southwest

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See long range weather forecasts for the next 60 days from The Old Farmer’s Almanac! Our long range forecasts can be used to make more informed decisions about future plans that depend on the weather, from vacations and weddings to sporting events and outdoor activities.

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Note: Long range forecasts are regional, not city-specific.

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February 2021 Long Range Weather Forecast for Pacific Southwest
DatesWeather Conditions
Feb 1-12Rainy periods, cool
Feb 13-21Sunny, cool
Feb 22-25Rain, some heavy; cold
Feb 26-28Sunny, cool
Februarytemperature 53° (2° below avg.)
precipitation 2.5" (1" below avg. north, 2" above south)

March 2021 Long Range Weather Forecast for Pacific Southwest
DatesWeather Conditions
Mar 1-9Showers, then sunny, turning warm
Mar 10-20Showers, then sunny; cool north, warm south
Mar 21-26A few showers north; sunny, mild south
Mar 27-31Rainy periods, cool
Marchtemperature 57.5° (1° below avg. north, 2° above south)
precipitation 0.5" (2" below avg.)

Annual Weather Summary
November 2020 to October 2021

Winter will be cooler and drier than normal, with below-normal mountain snows. The coldest temperatures will occur in late December, late January, and mid- to late February. The stormiest periods will be from late January into early February, mid- to late February, and late March into early April. April and May will be cooler than normal, with rainfall below normal in the north and above normal in the south. Summer temperatures will be cooler than normal inland and warmer near the coast, with slightly above-normal rainfall. The hottest periods will be in mid-June and mid- to late August. September and October will be warmer and rainier than normal.

Map showing Old Farmer's Almanac long range weather region number 16

About the Pacific Southwest Region

The Pacific Southwest long range weather region includes all or part of the following states: CALIFORNIA (Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose).

Pacific Southwest Neighboring Regions

Here are the regions that neighbor the Pacific Southwest long range weather region:

Temperature and Precipitation November 2020 to October 2021

Temperature and Precipitation Chart, November 2020 to October 2021 for Pacific Southwest Region

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yay its gonna snow

yay its gonna snow


Change is just that, change. Climate change doesn’t mean hotter. It means more extreme. Extremes are not good for flora and fauna that have co-evolved with a “normal” climate. What we experience today is not normal, thus why we are seeing the greatest mass extinction in the history of our planet. I realize most of you are not scientists, that said you should listen to the people who are. Science does get public funding, but I can attest that no scientist gets rich on gi ring the most grime news. Science has no agenda except fact. Take it for what it is. You would not tell your doctor he is wrong about your cancer diagnosis, you’d ask for another opinion. Just realize you have to ask another qualified person. Science is credible wether you understand it or not. In closing, your belief is irrelevant to fact. Just because your beliefs are compromised by fact does not change fact....

weather is normal for here

Our weather is a little crazy in the campfire area. and we are northern california. in the foothills. because all the trees are gone. the valley heat and smog now come up the mountain. makes it gritty. which we are not use to. But our weather her is normal for what the almanac predicts and what we have seen in other years. ( I'm third generation.). as to climate change. in the 70s when I studied weather in college. we called it the urban Island effect. and it is reversible, with forethought. look how the air cleared in Japan, and china, when the factories were slowed down due to the virus. Don't be afraid. things change, But they stay the same. get involved, stay positive. Keep up the good work, farmers almanac. thanks from the moutain. Debra

Thank you, Farmers Almanac!

As usual, you are so right on! It was actually COLD way further into the season than usual this year. I'm in the Southern Central valley and usually my heavy blanket is exchanged for just a sheet in early June. This year I needed my blanket until only a couple weeks ago, early July! I really hope your forecast continues to be correct and it is cooler than usual in September and October. I can't stand the heat!

For those trying to use the cooler weather here to discredit "Global warming," please educate yourselves. The earth in general is heating up consistently. That change is causing CLIMATE CHANGE, which is causing major weather and climate disruptions. Those are facts, like it or not.

Pretty accurate as usual

They are pretty spot on for north of San Diego inland. It did rain A. LOT at the end of Feb into early March and then some mire in late March. We were all stuck inside anyway that’s to COVUD but the rain made it seem more dire. But I love the rain so bring it on! So far they are on target for summer and mid July does look to be a hot one. Hopefully they are right about Sept and Oct being cooler. I hate the Indian Summers out here.

yea, it's been cold

I also agree that Los Angeles has been far colder than it used to be. Some parts of L.A got snow for the first time in 50 years just last year in February 2019. Not to mention the bomb cyclone that came through in November and dropped nearly half a foot of snow in Lancaster and elevated parts of L.A. 2020 so far has just been fairly dry rather than hot, May and June did have some heatwaves but nothing like some summers have done. While global warming may be a threat it's definitely not this world ending catastrophe many alarmists make it out be. In fact Co2 doesn't even hold heat for that long. But either way winter 2020-2021 doesn't look like it's going to be much warmer. We will have to wait and see.


I've lived in LA for over 30 years. I've noticed the temperature getting colder, not warmer. In fact, we've had record breaking long cold spells in the past decade. We're into July and I'm still waiting for summer to arrive. The almanac confirms we've been experiencing below average temperatures. I'm still waiting for global warming to happen. We could use a little of it now.

Santa Monica Weather

I dont see much of a difference in Santa Monica living here for over 35 years and in California for 40 years. Generally the 80s were hotter, 90s cooler, 2000s back and forth and still we have some hotter summers and some cooler ones, sometimes more rain and cooler winters and sometimes, warmer less rainy winters. We have had drought periods over the past 40 years too, but nothing like centuries ago when there were droughts over 50-100 years long. Seems like the young people think that Santa Ana winds are a new phenomena, there are not and actually they are less common that past few years. I'm not sure global warming is as profound as the young people think it is, but they havent been around and dont know, they are just exposed to constant alarmist warnings.

Not accurate

Forecast is off by a lot, may has been much warmer than usual and it barely rained in February


Caucasians can't stand the heat so they blew up the kitchen. Chemtrails are wrong.