What is the weather in LA, Sacramento and New Mexico during November 2006?

Question by Zura: What is the weather in LA, Sacramento and New Mexico during November 2006?
Im going to LA, Sacramento n New Mexico this November. What is the weather during that month. Do I need to bring along thick sweather? Degrees ?

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Answer by orsonfan
I don’t know about New Mexico but Sacramento and L.A. still have pretty good weather in November. Sacramento is warmer 75 to 85 degrees. L.A. is more like 65 to 80 degrees. Pack atleast a couple of long sleeves shirts just in case. Enjoy your stay!

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3 Responses to “What is the weather in LA, Sacramento and New Mexico during November 2006?”

  • TGC says:

    I’m not sure about New Mexico or Sacramento, but the weather here in LA during that time should be in the 60-70s. A thin jacket should suffice. As far as New Mexico, I’d imagine it would be warmer? And keep in mind that Sacramento is always colder than LA’s mild temperment.

  • S V S says:

    Wow, what an interesting combination of cities to visit!

    In November the weather in L.A. can be pretty widely varied. On occasion it will get down into the 60’s or up into the 80’s, but most likely it will be pleasant and in the 70’s. There’s also a chance of rain, but nothing more likely than showers.

    When packing for such unpredictable weather I would suggest thinking in layers. That way if it cools off you can add on a layer, if it gets too warm you can take off a layer. And you won’t need more than a light jacket for the evenings.

    And in the worst case scenario (a freak snowstorm) you can always buy a jacket or sweatshirt if you didn’t quite pack warmly enough.

    Good luck!

  • shortysonja7 says:

    I know LA is cooler and you will need to bring sweathers. I have been there at the time a few years ago and you will not be able to swim in the beaches. You can still wear sandals but bring a pair of shoes just in case. you should check the weathernetwork.com

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