June is a cloudy month in San Diego. We even have a name for it. "June Gloom" is what we call it. And an apt name at that. Lots of grey skies. June gloom is caused by the cold ocean water and the warming air temperatures. We usually become our sunny self again in July, but June is almost always cloudy. Gloomy even.
And I don't really like cloudy. That's actually why I moved to Sunny Southern California. No one told me about June Gloom before I got here.
But since it does come every year (At least every year that has a June) I thought it would be a good idea to find something good about it.
I saw this tree. Bright purple flowers. Blooms every June. And the purple really stand out against the grey sky. And the green grass. Isn't it pretty?
I may not look forward to June, but this certainly brightens my day!