Enjoy perfect weather and more in Silicon Valley

Hurricane Sandy is currently barging its way up the East Coast, causing billions of dollars in damage and destroying many buildings and structures in its path. Flash floods are choking communities and public transportation has been shut down in most major cities and metro areas.

However, you are smiling as you lounge in one of the homes for sale in the Bay Area - San Jose and the surrounding Silicon Valley won't ever see such a hurricane, as the weather remains remarkably temperate here during the year.

The main draw of Silicon Valley
Most people cite the amazing tech scene, the quality properties and the booming employment market as the main reasons to move to the Bay Area, but when it comes to Silicon Valley, the primary draw is even simpler than these three characteristics.

"When I'm asked about this, and I've been asked this for years, I answer this the same: It is the weather," Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, told the Wall Street Journal when referring to the quality of Silicon Valley. "There's a reason why generations of young people who are willing to challenge assumptions and so forth have ended up in the Bay Area, and the weather is not a small part."

While Southern California and cities like Los Angeles continually cited for their oasis-like weather conditions, it is easy to forget how nice Northern California can be. If you love mild weather and are considering a relocation to the Golden State, you might want to take a look at the Silicon Valley.

Average statistics
If expert opinion is not enough for you, the hard numbers prove that Silicon Valley has some of the best weather in the continental United States. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the weather in San Jose and the Bay Area is broken up into two distinct periods - a "wet" season which lasts from November to March and a "dry" season that spans from April to October. Over 80 percent of rainfall occurs during the wet season, and from May until October, barely any precipitation falls.

A typical dry season day features high temperatures, sunny skies and cool nights. During the wet season, temperatures might drop into the 40s at night, but should remain in the upper 60s most of the day.

Take a chance and move to the Silicon Valley to experience great weather in a fantastic living environment.