Weather Averages for Los Angeles in February
Averages for Los Angeles in February
February in Los Angeles remains as cool as January but has slightly more sunshine.
With average daily temperatures remaining as cool as they ever get in Los Angeles, there are highs of 18°C (that's 64°F) and lows of 8°C (which is 46°F). These temperatures are relatively warm in a comparison to the same time of year in most European areas, but you may hear native Angelinos complaining of cold!
The sun still shines for an average of 8 hours a day, and the average rainfall is slightly less than January, being 76mm over 6 days.
You would be advised to bring some warmer clothes for the evenings but obviously during the day you would be fine to be out and about in lighter clothing. There may also be a risk of rain so keep an umbrella handy!
The average sea temperature remains chilly at around 14°C (that's 57°F), so it still would not be wise to attempt to go swimming!
St. Valentine's Day of course falls on the 14th February, and for all you lovers out there, you can sample the delights of Los Angeles' finest restaurants.
Lava cake at Cicada Restaurant, Los Angeles.
For something a bit different, try the Festival De San Valentin. Families from 21 Latin countries come together to celebrate with traditional foods, arts and crafts and various street entertainment.
The whales are also migrating from Alaska to Baja, Mexico, so there are regular sailing excursions to go and do some whale spotting! A definite once in a lifetime experience to see this beautiful natural site.
February events in Los Angeles
Meet the Dinosaurs
1st February 2015
A great experience for Science enthusiasts who are addicted to the world's greatest extinct creatures, the dinosaurs. This exhibit lets you relive the Jurassic age through sculptures, galleries, movie props, puppets, and exciting pieces of art. This exhibit will be held at Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank CA.
7th February 2015 to 9th February 2015
The Pomona Horse Expo features numerous show jumping and dressage competitions, as well as demonstrations and talks. There will also be a large number of stalls selling horse products, clothes, food and gigantic horse trailers.