Watsonville California Weather

Weather forecast for Watsonville this week shows weather trends over several days, 10 days a month. The National Weather Service's Santa Cruz County weather forecast shows the weather on 10 days this month and shows a weather trend over several days.

The data shown is calculated relative to the peak, so a reading of 34.1 in September means 34.1 tourists in July and a reading of 4.5 in August means 4.5 for July. Based on these values, the warmest times for a visit to Watsonville in the last 10 years were in late June and late September. If you look at the average number of tourists per 100,000 people per year visiting Watsonville, the hottest months of the year are September, August and then July; if there is dry weather, July and August and then September; and the coldest months of the year are October, November and December.

In May, a light breeze is considered the most likely cause of the warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years.

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warmest weather in Watsonville in the last 10 years was in May, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Here you can find the current 7-day weather forecast for Watsonville, CA and the USA, including weather forecasts for the entire Santa Cruz County as detailed on our weather forecast page. With water temperatures, you can also get a forecast for any point of the day on a given day or even for the whole day at any time. We can estimate the forecast for a given time using the time before, during and at any time desired by the National Weather Service.

This is based on the Universal Time Code (UTC) and calculates an independent value from the perceived temperature. Note that there is a difference between the date specified in the launch code on our forecast page and the actual launch date.

Different types of precipitation are observed throughout the day, without trace amounts. The most common form of precipitation during the year is rain alone, although this classification is based on the number of days in which rain and snow fall on the same day and the duration of the precipitation.

The hottest day of the year is September 20, with an average high of 75C and a low of 54C. The warmest day of the year was 22 September with an average temperature of 598.0 ° C.

Daily highs range from 78.1 degrees, with an average maximum of 74.5 degrees and a low of 54.2 degrees. With the humidity, temperatures will feel cold for half the year, but 18.4 degrees will feel good in humidity and wind. It has been raining since mid-December and is still in the mid to late 80s, and most of the year.

The 12 degree horizon should be visible in good atmospheric conditions, and the warning is usually the second warmest of the month. The historical and past weather forecasts pages provide historical weather forecasts and we show you the latest weather warnings for Santa Cruz County as well as the current forecast.

The horizontal axis is the day of the year, the vertical axis is the hour of the day and the color is the average temperature for this hour and this day. The percentage of time spent in cloudy skies is categorized by percentage as a percentage with or without cloud cover.

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