Sunny & Mid-70s Conditions Make For An Ideal Southern California Setting
Somehow, Los Angeles knows when people from outside the area are watching her.
This is why, despite cold and perhaps even rainy days and nights preceding, the weather for the Rose Bowl is always gorgeous and sunny. Why football games and outdoor events are always rich with sunshine and palm trees.
It is no different the final weekend in July as the pro beach volleyball tour, the AVP, plays a tournament in Hermosa Beach, a lively seaside city just south of the Los Angeles airport. The weekend weather forecast calls for temperatures in the mid-70s with only a few clouds appearing on Sunday.
This is after a winter, spring and early part of the summer in which cold weather (for Southern California anyway), overcast skies and even rain have had long-time locals wondering “what’s up with this weather!?”
The tournament is July 26-28 on the north side of the Hermosa Beach pier. For those who cannot be there, it is on NBCSN on Sunday, July 28th at 5 p.m., PT.
The AVP and Hermosa Beach are a perfect pairing, for courts for amateurs, weekend players and even the professionals who practice here on a regular basis, are all up and down the town’s beach for its entire two miles.
It is a large part of the so-called South Bay Beach Cities culture. The sport was born just a couple miles to the north in neighboring Manhattan Beach, which hosts its own AVP event the weekend of Aug. 16-18.
For those in the area, the tournament is a must-see and be-seen event, both on the sand and in the adjacent bars.
Keep an eye out for Rosie’s Raiders on both TV and in person; they are among the most vocal (and funny) fans in any sport.
All You Need To Know About The AV Hermosa Beach
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