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Temecula has a Mediterranean climate. August is typically the hottest month of the year with December being the coldest month. Most precipitation occurs from November to March with February being the wettest month. Winter storms generally bring moderate precipitation, but strong winter storms are not uncommon especially during "El Niño" years. The driest month is June.

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Broncos have Osweiler's back, says Anderson
(Reuters) - While C.J. Anderson's game-winning, 48-yard touchdown run against New England in overtime on Sunday looked like the perfectly crafted rushing play, the Denver running back confessed he had no idea how if unfolded. With the score tied at 24-24 at a snowy Sports Authority Field, Anderson took a toss from quarterback Brock Osweiler and sliced through a hole in the right side of the Patriots defense opened up by excellent Broncos blocking. The touchdown, Anderson's second of the game, sealed the 30-24 win and ended the Patriots' perfect start to the season.

Demons banished, Schwartzel back on track
PGA: PGA Championship - Final RoundCharl Schwartzel's victory in the Alfred Dunhill Championship marked the end of a two-year drought for the former U.S. Masters champion, and with some radical adjustments to his game starting to pay off, he hopes his demons are well and truly banished. The 31-year-old South African won the opening tournament of the new European Tour season to record a first success in a year and 363 days.


Asia, Shanghai stocks up but China factory data disappoints
China's once-powerful economy is struggling with annual growth figures not seen in a quarter of a century, with speculation it could miss the leadership's target this year of "about seven percent"China's economy showed further signs of weakness in November as a gauge of factory activity on Tuesday came in at a more than three-year low but Shanghai rose with other Asian stock markets on hopes for growth-boosting measures. The figures come as China's once-powerful economy struggles with annual growth figures not seen in a quarter of a century, with speculation it could miss the leadership's target this year of "about seven percent". "China's manufacturing sector remains sluggish due to the property slowdown," Zhou Hao, a Singapore-based economist at Commerzbank AG, told Bloomberg News.

Spain's Rajoy stays away as candidates hold election debate
Two screens show three of the main candidates for Spain's national election at a live debate hosted by Spanish newspaper El Pais and Spanish PM Rajoy, who declined to attend that debate, at a simultaneous live interview at Telecinco TV in MadridThree of the candidates vying to become Spain's next prime minister clashed over the economy, corruption and Catalan independence in an election debate on Monday but a fourth, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, stayed away. Rajoy, whose People's Party holds a narrow lead in polls for the Dec. 20 election, said he had been invited to take part in more than 30 debates and could not "spend all day in debates." Candidates for the Socialists, business-friendly Ciudadanos and anti-austerity Podemos parties meanwhile set out their positions in a two-hour discussion on the Internet and television, attacking government policies and arguing among themselves.

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