Palm trees in West Hollywood stretching toward a blue, cloudless sky

About West Hollywood

WHERE IS WEST HOLLYWOOD?

Geographically speaking, West Hollywood is a city located in Los Angeles County, bordered by the cities of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. But really, we consider West Hollywood to be the cultural heart of California. Known as “The Creative City,” WeHo officially incorporated in 1984 and has a population of approximately 35,000. The WeHo area encompasses the legendary  Sunset Strip, the West Hollywood Design District, and famed streets like Sunset Boulevard, Melrose Avenue, and Santa Monica Boulevard.

WHAT IS THE WEST HOLLYWOOD FORECAST?

Generally, the weather in West Hollywood varies slightly from season to season, but remains mild and temperate year-round.

AVERAGE TEMPERATURES

Fall (September to November): 55–75°F (15–25°C)
Winter (December to February): 40–70°F (5–20°C)
Spring (March to May): 50–75°F (10–25°C)
Summer (June to August): 55–90°F (15–35°C)

Spring, summer, and fall are usually warm and dry, while rain occasionally makes an appearance in winter, peaking in February. Here’s the most up-to-date West Hollywood forecast.