San Diego along with Southern California has always been known for its beautiful weather. Recently the region proved why its been known for precisely that. 80-degree weather was reported across the board for Southern Cali. San Diego even managed to break a heat record which had been set back in 1979. You only get 80 degree plus weather during winter in Southern California.
San Diego broke a daily heat record Tuesday that had stood for more than a century as temperatures in the 80s were recorded across Southern California.
Records were set elsewhere in the Southland, but the region was expected to begin cooling over the next several days as low pressure brings clouds and a possibility of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
The high of 80 degrees in San Diego broke a record of 76 degrees for the date that had stood since 1910, according to the National Weather Service.
A record high for the day of 84 degrees was recorded in El Cajon. The previous record was 80 degrees, which was set in 1979.