It's not your imagination, friends. That impenetrable marine layer and frustrating fog have, in fact, been a little worse than average according to Examiner.com today: "San Francisco's average high temperature for June, July and August was 67.0 degrees, almost a degree and a half below the 30-year normal of 68.4 degrees. Over the course of the three-month (92 day) summer period the daily temperature was only above normal on 21 occasions." So, that means we've had three weeks worth of warm days scattered throughout, but still we're coming up short. Like some experts have said, global warming is going to turn SF into Seattle. San Jose had it worse, with average temperatures over three degrees below normal. Let's hope this trend reverses itself for Indian Summer! Sweating never felt so good as it did this weekend!