The micro climate of South San Francisco is dominated by wind from the nearby Pacific Ocean, which typically keeps the daytime temperatures quite cool year round, even during the summer months.January is the coolest month with August being the warmest month.Their village of Urebure on San Bruno Creek was visited by the Gaspar de Portolà expedition in 1769; remains of long-term (5,000 years) inhabitancy and seasonal encampments have been examined at the Siplichiquin shell-mounds on San Bruno Mountain.Charcoal-sampling indicates these sites may have been actively occupied early in the Spanish colonial period (late 1700s).Locals often refer to the town as South City, in much the same way that San Francisco is called "The City." Belying the name, South San Francisco does not touch on San Francisco, with either Brisbane, Colma, or Daly City lying between them.
Industry remained the city's main economic focus through the 1950s.
During the depression the city maintained 35 industrial operations, including four meat-packing businesses, six iron or steel plants, a smelter for precious metals, seven equipment manufacturers of various kinds, two large paint factories, three other chemical works, and three food packing establishments.
During World War II shipbuilding also became a significant operation.
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Prior to European exploration, the northern San Francisco Penninsula was inhabited by the Ramaytush, a linguistic sub-group of the Ohlone people.