Summer Weather in Los Angeles

It’s about to get hot.  In the next few days, weather in Los Angeles will heat up to over 100 degrees. That’s 38 degrees celsius for many of our international travelers.  While it’s going to be warm here, our neighboring Palm Springs (about 2 hours east) will hit a staggering 120 degrees.  Typically our heat is dry, but some clouds are predicted, so it can be a bit muggy with the humidity, but nothing compared to areas typically warm and humid like New York, Hawaii and Florida.

This current forecast is somewhat rare for June, but can be the norm in July, August and September.

Weather in Los Angeles

Weather in Los Angeles

What to do on a hot weather day in Los Angeles?  If your hotel or AirBnB has a pool, just lounge and take in a few rays, work on your tan, and enjoy the SoCal lifestyle.  Some of our favorite hotel pools around the areas of Hollywood and Beverly Hills include The London West Hollywood, The W Hollywood, Loews Hollywood, and The Montage Beverly Hills.  All of these afford guests with the ultimate L.A. experience and some incredible views.

We remind guests that there are dozens of tour companies around Hollywood.  Many offer open-top vans and buses.  While the views might be nice, the sun beaming down on bodies can be unbearable.  With a private tour of Los Angeles, Glitterati Tours offers an all SUV fleet with full vehicle air-conditioning.  All of our vehicles are also equipped with remote starters, so cold air can be generated before even entering.  This is ideal when stopping for photo opportunities in the hills for the Hollywood Sign, or a stop at Grauman’s Chinese Theater and The Walk of Fame.

Other options can include taking in a local museum like LACMA, The Hollywood Museum, The Broad, or MOCA.  All will be climate controlled because of their priceless artwork.  The Getty Center is a must see in L.A., so one can enjoy the gardens and architecture outside, in between seeing the precious masterpieces inside depending on the weather.

The beach communities of Venice, Santa Monica and Malibu could be jammed-packed with beachgoers trying to cool off.  We are sure to let visitors know that weekends are not great in the summer to take in our Coastal Access tour, for traffic can be incredible up and down Pacific Coast Highway along the coast.