Sunday, March 18, 2012
There is a weather pattern in our beachside community in Los Angeles called June Gloom. It's the inversion layer coming off the Pacific Ocean where high level fog covers the sky for about six weeks, right around June. It's generally quite cool, as the Sun never really breaks through. A bunch of my friends love this time of year where it's summer yet still chilly. Personally, I hate it. I crave sunshine on my skin despite the fact that I only burn and freckle.
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