Corona (Spanish for “crown”) is one of the cities that make up what we call the Riverside County. According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 152,374, which is quite an increase from 124,966, which was recorded in 2000 census. /to the north and northeast are the cities of Norco and Riverside, at the same time, Chino Hills and Yorba Linda to the Norwest and the Cleaveland National Forest as well as the Santa Ana Mountains to the southwest, and unincorporated Riverside County along the rest of the border. Corona is located around 48 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 95 miles north-northwest of San Diego.
Corona is known as the “Circle City” located at the western part of Southern California’s inland empire and due to the Grand Boulevard’s 3 -mile circular layout. Out of all the inland empire, Corona is one of the most residential area, but it also has a large industrial portion on the northern half. Corona is also the headquarters to big companies such as Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Monster Beverage Corporation, Watson Pharmaceutical, and West Coast Customs, which was featured on MTV’s Pimp My Ride.
The Santa Ana Mountains is one of the most visible geographical features in Corona, which is evident from anywhere in the city. Corona has a warm Mediterranean climate and is has mild to cold winters, and it is really hot during the summer. As is the case in all of Southern California, most of the rain occurs during the winter and early spring. In the winter, the temperature gets low enough for some frost. It is rare to experience snowfall within the city limits. However, the nearby Santa Ana Mountains receive a dusting amount of snow.
During the winter, the weather is pleasant with an average hight of 65 and an average low of 40, occasionally getting the low 30’s. Spring can also be pleased with a few showers scattered throughout the season. During the summer, it can get really hot with lots of 90-degree Fahrenheit and can exceed 100-degrees Fahrenheit.
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