I was raised in La Mesa and went to Spring Valley Jr. High, now Middle School and I rarely considered it to be humid. It is a bit humid in San Diego today because of the moist air coming up from Mexico.
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Normally, we have great but dry weather here. I live in La Mesa, close to Spring Valley, about 15 miles inland, and it gets hot and dry. If your visiting now, this humidity is fleeting. When we get it, you really feel it when it's hot though! I even converted my front lawn to drought tolerant succulents.
I grew up in the Northeast and it got really humid in the summer, and lived in Houston for a few years, where I found it unbearable. I feel really lucky to live in our part of the country!
Cory La Scala, REALTOR
I have lived in Spring Valley for most of my life and it usually is not humid. I am not sure if you are in town now, but it has been a little humid with some weird weather. We are about 15 miles from the ocean and we usually have sunny skies. You can go to the website below to see the graphs, but the peak summer levels seem to be between 60% & 80%.
I hope that helps.
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