San Jose, California is awarded for having the best year-round weather based on moderate temperatures, low occurrences of extreme heat and cold, frequent clear skies, and minimal precipitation.
San Diego boasts of an average of three days above 90°F per year, clear skies for 263 days annually, and an average high temperature of 70°F, making it a city with enviable year-round weather.
Despite its reputation for fog, San Francisco has 260 days of clear to partly cloudy skies per year, with an average high temperature of 66°F, two days per year above 90°F and zero below 32°F.
Los Angeles experiences warm weather with only 21 days per year over 90°F, 277 days of clear to partly cloudy skies, and temperatures never dropping below freezing.
Honolulu has a year-round warm temperature, with an average high of 83°F, and experiences 25 days above 90°F per year, along with 271 days of clear to partly cloudy skies.
California's capital, Sacramento, enjoys clear to partly cloudy skies for 265 days a year, with 74 days over 90°F and 18 days below freezing on average.
San Juan enjoys warm year-round weather with an average high temperature of 86°F and 276 partly cloudy to clear days per year.
Modesto has hot summers, temperate winters, and clear to partly cloudy skies 300 days a year.
Tampa has 244 days of clear to partly cloudy skies per year with few freezing days and 110 days above 90°F.
Oklahoma City enjoys 235 clear to partly cloudy days per year and experiences 71 days with temperatures above 90°F and 76 days with temperatures below 32°F.