Sonoma County's weather is world-renowned for it's microclimates and ability to produce great grapes for wines.
The Western border of Sonoma County is comprised of the Pacific Ocean coastline, which brings a welcome coolness during summer nights, and some early morning fog in some areas.
The inner valley areas of Sonoma County are usually warmer than the areas along the coast.
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Santa Rosa Weather Averages
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Santa Rosa Weather Facts
- On average, the warmest month in July.
- The highest recorded temperature was 110° in 1972.
- On average, the coolest month in December.
- The lowest recorded temperature was 15° in 1932.
- The maximum average precipitation occurs in January.