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Pasadena has a Mediterranean climate (Köppen Csa), typically in warm summers and slightly cold winters, rather than in the surrounding coastal areas. Comparison of the mountains of San Gabriel allows to increase the landfill growth of more than one inch every year than in surrounding areas. During the first few months of the year, passages are felt in cold or hot temperatures, typically 60-70 years. Cold days are usually accompanied by heavy rains. In April the temperature will warm up and the rain will drop significantly. In May and June rains are usually rare, but the heavier layer becomes more stable. Local residents called June June "darkness" because it was the longest month, despite the fact that it was the third most difficult month. In July, the seafloor is subsidized because the internal zones are frozen due to the flow of the mussels. Thermal waves can be heavy and long in July and October. In addition, it is rarely rainy in the summer and autumn months, and it happens only when the remains of storms and tropical storms cross. In fact, there were no precipitation in July and August. You will not be able to 6 months without significant precipitation. Every year the average temperature is about 106 degrees. The hottest heat of the year usually takes place mid-September and later. Temperature will drop by the end of October. In November, Pacific flies return to Pasadena, bringing more and more heavy rains and frosts. Together with them, the winds of Santa Ana. Santa's winds can cause heat, strong winds, electric currents, tree damage, and great forest fires. In December it usually decreases in the 40s, and in the 30s, from time to time. The height is about 68, with heat waves, temperatures mitigating in the mid-80's. The lowest temperature of 85 degrees is recorded for all 365 days of the year, from April to the beginning of November at 100 degrees Celsius.

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