Current Palm Springs Weekly Weather Forecast
When are the Seasons in Palm Springs?
- Winter: December to February
- Spring: March to May
- Summer: June to September
- Fall: October to November
Conventional belief is that Southern California doesn't have seasons, or if it does, there's a wet and a dry season.
While not accurate, this perception from those on the East Coast or Northwest may seem true, especially on the California coast.
But in Palm Springs, you can experience a full range of seasons, more varied than that in, say, Los Angeles or San Diego. Let's take a look at the seasonal trends when it comes to Palm Springs weather.
Winter in Palm Springs: December through February
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Palm Springs is a destination, pure and simple.
It’s hard to beat the weather here, but Palm Springs also offers a dynamic and active lifestyle that is the envy of the world.
It’s not at all surprising that folks of all stripes want to live here, and the Coachella Valley’s wonderful assortment of condo developments provide a fantastic, and accessible, entry point into the local real estate market.
We’ve already covered a few things that snowbirds should know about when considering Palm Springs, but condos are a great option for more than just part-time residents. There also great as an investment or income property.
Here are few things that you should keep in mind when exploring the purchase of a condo.
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Southern California is a literal hotspot for Canadian travelers. Not only does it have fantastic weather, it's home to world-class golf courses and the gorgeous natural landscapes of the Coachella Valley. So what better place to escape the harsh Canadian winters than the beautiful desert city of Palm Springs?
Snowbirds often spend several months at a time in Palm Springs, so many choose to buy a home here.
But buying a home in a different country means understanding a whole new set of rules.
International and faraway travel may be on hold for now, but it won't be like this forever. We're looking forward to life getting back to normal post-pandemic and it pays to be ready when it does.
So, whether you're still deciding on Palm Springs…
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