Map Location and Climate of the
Oxnard/Ventura Beach and Marina Areas
Located in California between Malibu and Santa Barbara on the Pacific Ocean, the coastal cities of Oxnard and Ventura are about one hour north of Los Angeles. Access by freeway is from either Route 1 along the coast or the Ventura (101) Freeway.
By air, the Oxnard Airport is served by local commuter flights and accommodates small aircraft. There are shuttle services to and from Los Angeles International Airport as well. By rail, Amtrack offers regular service to the Transportation Center in downtown Oxnard, as well as Metrolink service for commuters.
Seaside communities of Oxnard & Ventura offer a mild Mediterranean climate. The ocean helps maintain a mild winter and not-too-hot summers. Located between Malibu and Santa Barbara, the cities are located in a very pleasant climatic area.
Average Temperature Is 69 F
- Typically about 75 F when inland areas of LA are 100+ F. Average rainfall is 15.5 inches occurring between November and April
- Freezing temperatures are very rare along the coast. Lowest temperature recorded was 26 F in 1937
- Highest temperatures are in the low eighties in summer. Highest recorded temperature 104 F in 1939
- Average Humidity is typically 70-80% in evenings & 50% during days
Afternoon sea breezes usually 10-15 knots keep the air clean and fresh
and Patty McInnes
Scott-McInnes & Company, Realtors
3600S. Harbor Blvd., #129
Oxnard, CA 93035
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