The Big Sur Coastline is a popular tourist destination for both locals and visitors.
But a lot of people are still unfamiliar with the area, with a lot going on outside the city limits.
It’s also the most famous location in the world for snow.
Snowfall is measured in inches of snow.
The Big South Coast is about three feet of snow in the winter and another one foot in the summer.
If you live near the coastline, you can expect snowfall of 1 to 3 inches a year.
If you don’t live near a beach, then you may not have the opportunity to enjoy snowfall like that.
The coast is covered with beach-side parking lots and is very popular with surfers.
And even though the coast is so far inland, it is covered in snow.
The coast is also covered with some of the harshest water temperatures in the country, and that means that it is extremely cold.
The average summer temperature in the Big South is below zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit).
It can get as cold as -26 degrees Celsius (-36 degrees Fahrenheit) at times, so if you live close to the coast, you might want to bring warm clothes and bring some extra water to drink or cool down.
If there is a big storm that is forecast for the next few days, you may need to leave early or wait for the coast to clear before heading out.
The weather is expected to become a little bit warmer by the end of the week, so make sure you’re prepared.