The Indian Summer of February settled in for a spell in Claremont this week. Occasionally throughout the fall and winter, Southern California experiences dry, hot winds called Santa Anas. People mistakenly think that summer has come early, but usually after a week or two of shorts, sandals and lying about on the grass, cooler weather returns, although the forecast doesn’t show much of a cool down until later next week.
This is the time of year when we love to rub it in the faces of our loved ones who are shoveling out after another record-breaking snowmageddon. Sorry, but that’s just how we roll. Maybe you should come out for a visit.