San Francisco: April Weather AveragesDaily averages for April
|Sunshine Hours||10 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||35 %|
|Rainfall days||6 days|
|Chance of Rain||25 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||26 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||55 %|
Daily averages for April
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Averages for San Francisco in AprilApril is one of the best times of year to visit San Francisco.
If you travel to the city at this time of year, you can usually expect clear skies and very little fog.
The average daily temperature you can expect during April is 13.3°C, reaching highs of 17°C and dropping to a minimum 10°C on average.
There are, on average, 10 hours sunshine a day in April in San Francisco.
When packing for this month, include light layers with a warm coat for when the temperatures do drop. Shorts will be suitable when the weather is at its warmest, but be prepared for some chillier weather too.
Be sure to carry a waterproof jacket in case of rain, also, as there is an average rainfall of 38 mm over 6 days during this month.
The average temperature of the sea during this month is 12°C.
If you are travelling to San Francisco in this month, make sure you take advantage of the fabulous night life the city has to offer, with a variety of street shows, parades and festivities standard procedure for the city.
There are also annual festivities and events in the city in April.
Mid April in San Francisco sees the Cherry Blossom Festival come to the city. Held in the Japantown area of the city, the festival celebrates the return of Spring, with traditional Japanese events, including Martial Arts displays and tea ceremonies.
April events in San Francisco
San Francisco Vintners Market: Harvest Hoopla
11th April 2015 to 12th April 2015
The San Francisco Vintners Market is a festival featuring wine tastings for two days at the Fort Mason Center where it is held bi-annually. Visitors to this popular market have the opportunity to try and buy over 200 assorted wines from different wineries. This event will feature the top wine producers from Santa Barbara, Sonoma County and Napa Valley. Previous wineries which participated were the Avenue Wine Company, Navarro Vineyards, Dogwood Cellars and Collier Falls.