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May gray
 n.— «Enter “May Gray” when the overcast skies and mild temperatures begin to occur in the late spring.» —“‘Gloom’ is always there” by Michael J. Tittinger Santa Monica Daily Press (California) June 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • May gray and June gloom have been used by generations of San Diego residents to describe the annual weather patterns that dismay uninformed tourists. May and June are the worst months to visit this city if you are expecting sun.

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