Beverly Hills
California, USA
Long-term weather forecast
Long-term weather forecast

February weather forecast and climate
Beverly Hills, CA

Palm trees along the Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California
Palm trees along the Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California
February, the last month of the winter, in Beverly Hills, is a pleasant month, with average temperature varying between 48.2°F (9°C) and 68°F (20°C).

Temperature

In February, the average high-temperature is relatively the same as in January - a pleasant 68°F (20°C). In February, in Beverly Hills, California, the average low-temperature is 48.2°F (9°C).

Rainfall

In Beverly Hills, during 5 rainfall days, 2.7" (69mm) of precipitation is typically accumulated. In Beverly Hills, during the entire year, the rain falls for 34 days and collects up to 13.9" (352mm) of precipitation.

Daylight

The average length of the day in February is 11h.

Sunshine

The average sunshine in Beverly Hills, California, is 8h.

UV index

In February, the average daily maximum UV index in Beverly Hills is 4. A UV Index of 3 to 5 symbolizes a medium vulnerability from unprotected exposure to the Sun's UV rays for ordinary individuals.
Note: The daily maximum UV index of 4 interpret into the following advice:
Take precautions - Protection against sun damage is advised. The Sun's most intense and consequently most harmful UV radiation during midday hours should be decreased by minimizing exposure and seeking shade. Sun-protective clothing, a long-sleeved shirt and pants, a wide-brimmed hat, and UVA and UVB-blocking sunglasses are particularly helpful in blocking UV radiation's harmful effects.

What is the temperature in February in Beverly Hills?

The average high-temperature, in February, is 68°F (20°C), while the average low-temperature is 48.2°F (9°C).

How much does it rain in Beverly Hills in February?

In Beverly Hills, California, during February, the rain falls for 5 days and regularly aggregates up to 2.7" (69mm) of precipitation.

What is the average length of the day in February in Beverly Hills?

In Beverly Hills, the average length of the day in February is 11h.

How many hours of sunshine does Beverly Hills have in February?

In February, the average sunshine is 8h.

What is the UV index intensity in February in Beverly Hills?

The average daily maximum UV index in February in Beverly Hills, California, is 4. A UV Index of 3 to 5 symbolizes a moderate vulnerability from unsafe exposure to the Sun's UV rays.
Average temperature in February - Beverly Hills, CA
  • Average high temperature in February: 68°F

Warmest months (with the highest average high temperature) are July and August (82°F).
Months with the lowest average high temperature are January and December (66°F).

  • Average low temperature in February: 48°F

Months with the highest average low temperature are July, August and September (63°F).
Coldest months (with the lowest average low temperature) are January and December (46°F).

Average rainfall in February - Beverly Hills, CA
  • Average rainfall in February: 2.7"

The wettest month (with the highest rainfall) is January (3.1").
Driest months (with the lowest rainfall) are June and July (0").

Average rainfall days in February - Beverly Hills, CA
  • Average rainfall days in February: 5 days

The month with the highest number of rainy days is March (6 days).
Months with the lowest number of rainy days are June and July (0 days).

Average daylight in February / Average sunshine in February - Beverly Hills, CA
  • Average daylight in February: 11h

The month with the longest days is June (Average daylight: 14.4h).
The month with shortest days is December (Average daylight: 9.9h).

  • Average sunshine in February: 8h

The month with most sunshine is July (Average sunshine: 12h).
Months with least sunshine are January, November and December (Average sunshine: 7).

Average UV index in February - Beverly Hills, CA
  • Average UV index in February: 4

The month with the highest UV index is July (UV index 11).
Months with the lowest UV index are January and December (UV index 3).