Why are some cities still too cold for measuring wind chill?

San Francisco is an exception to the national trend of cities that are generally colder than they were during the 1950s and ’60s.

San Francisco, with a city population of over 12 million, is one of the most northerly cities in the country.

While San Francisco’s average temperature during the winter of 2017-2018 was just 4.5 degrees Fahrenheit, the average temperature of the entire state of California during the same period was 8.3 degrees Fahrenheit.

The coldest month was December 2017, when the average city temperature was -4.7 degrees Fahrenheit and the hottest month was January 2018, when it reached a whopping -28 degrees Fahrenheit at 10 p.m.

San Francisco’s record coldest monthly temperature in 2017 was recorded in the San Francisco Bay Area in March of 2018.

During the same month, the city recorded its coldest January temperature ever recorded.

Since then, San Francisco has recorded its second-coldest January ever on December 20, 2018, with the city registering a mere -12.8 degrees Fahrenheit in the coldest February, which was recorded on March 14.

That was the second-wettest February in the history of the city, and the city’s second-worst February in San Francisco history.

On January 15, 2018 , the city also recorded its third-wetest February on record, with an average temperature that was a mere 2.8°F below normal.

And on January 24, San Franciscans record January coldest ever was recorded at 10:42 p.k.

San Franciscan residents also woke up to a record February cold.

In addition to February, January also marked the first time San Francisco recorded its fourth-coldiest month ever, with February’s temperature hovering at a mere 3.4°F above normal.

The city’s February coldest temperature was also a record low for a February that year.

Temperatures in San Francis city were recorded at -27 degrees Fahrenheit on February 3, 2018.