California Chaparral WEather
Typically, the California Chaparral has a hot and dry climate in summer with rainy and cool winters. The summers can get so hot that there are frequent fires and dry spells. The average annual temperature ranges from 50 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Annual precipitation can vary from 14 to 30 inches per year, making the region relatively dry. The average temperature during the coldest months is about 64 degrees Fahrenheit. The dry summers make fires common in the California chaparral. One can usually visit the chaparral at any time of the year, but as noted before, during summer, fires are common occurrences, which can be dangerous.