Los Angeles climate
Los Angeles, officially the City of Los Angeles (also called L.A.), is a city in Southern California, in the United States. There are 3,847,400 people living in the city, and over 18 million people in the L.A. region. The city has an area of 1,200 square kilometres (460 sq mi). Los Angeles has the second biggest population of any city in the United States, the first being New York. It is also the biggest city of California. source.
The Climate of Los Angeles is a year-round mild-to-hot and mostly dry climate for the LA metropolitan area in California. The climate is classified as a Mediterranean climate, which is a type of dry subtropical climate. It is characterized by seasonal changes in rainfall—with a dry summer and a winter rainy season.
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New York City features a humid subtropical climate. New York City is an urban heat island, with temperatures 3–4 degrees warmer overnight than surrounding areas.
Florence has a humid subtropical climate, tending to Mediterranean. It has hot summers with moderate or light rainfall and cool, damp winters.
London has a temperate oceanic climate, with warm summers and cool winters. While the city annually has modest precipitation, there are long periods of overcast skies and frequent light mist-type precipitation, which may account for the rainy image of the city.