Long Beach Temperatures: Averages by Month
The numbers here tell you how hot and cold the weather usually is in Long Beach, California during each month of the year.
The average high and low temperatures are listed below for Long Beach, in both degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Maximums and minimums are only part of the temperature picture. To fill in the rest, there's information on how many days a month get above or below a given temperature.
To find out how often it rises over 70, 80 or 90 °F monthly and annually in Long Beach, scroll down farther. There are also counts of nights with warm temperatures and days with cold weather.
All the numbers are averages, based on climate data gathered in Long Beach from 1981 to 2010.
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Days of Hot Weather in Long Beach
Warm days are the norm all year round for Long Beach. All but 15 days a year on average reach at least 60 degrees F.
Yet extreme heat is uncommon for this west coast city. Typically just one or two days each summer top 100 °F.
Warm Nights in Long Beach
Most nights at Long Beach remain in the balmy 50s and 60s degree range. Except for a few hot spells during summer, the nights at Long Beach always cool down to below 70 °F.
How Often Long Beach Has Cold Temperatures
It never gets really cold at Long Beach. During the chilliest weather, from November to February, some nights can drop to below 40 °F. But freezing temperatures are not expected here.
Even after a cool night, the daytime high climbs to over 50 degrees.
National Climatic Data Center. NOAA's 1981-2010 Climate Normals.