When you live in Northern California for so many years, as I did, you hear a lot of things about different parts of Southern California. "San Diego is beautiful." "There's nothing like shopping on Rodeo Drive." Everyone knows the part of Los Angeles that you go through to get to Disneyland.
Instead, the hot weather persisted and proceeded to get hotter. This is the beginning of May! That is when the word "unseasonably" started popping up a lot. The weatherman was saying it was "unseasonably hot". Then it was "unseasonably hot and humid". My neighbors were saying "Oh it's not usually like this". Leave it to us to get so lucky. LOL.
I never realized what an effect humidity had on heat until moving to the "dry" desert. It didn't take me long to get used to no humidity. My sinuses were doing better, the 100 degree heat only felt like 80, maybe. When there's humidity in the air, all of a sudden 100 degrees feels like 120.
Another gentleman I met here in our community told me when I first met him, "We have a couple of months of really hot weather, but then we have just beautiful winters." Well Honey, it's winter now and what I'm hearing from the weatherman is "temperatures are 'unseasonably' low this week" (and the week before that). My ray of hope is "temperatures will rise over the next couple of days. It will be 33 degrees, not quite reaching freezing temps."
As usual, I guess "beautiful winters" are in the eye of the beholder.