Northern California weather has got to be the best in the world. It’s like a perpetual shoulder season alternating between Spring and Fall. Never too hot, never too cold. The nights north and south of San Francisco usually are calm and windless. Most times, you slip on a jersey when the sun sets behind Mount Tamalpais or the Santa Cruz mountains. Winters are bluebird days interspersed with rain that turn the hills green. The hills turn a crisp golden color in the summer while the Pacific Ocean keeps everything temperate.
People spend their lives searching for perpetual Fall conditions, and then they discover NorCal.