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San Diego Weather

Weather in San Diego

San Diego has exceptional year round weather when compared to most areas of the world. The summer and winter weather varies only around 10 degrees. The warmest months on average are July-October. The beach areas are moderated by the ocean temperature and so tend to be cooler in summer and warmer in winter than the inland valleys. July, August, and September the average temperature on the coast is approximately mid 60’s at night and mid 70’s during the day.

The daytime temperatures at the inland valleys are often 20 degrees or more warmer. October is often a transitional month and is usually summer like but at times can be a few degrees cooler. During the winter months the weather in San Diego is generally sunny with daytime temperatures in the mid 60’s during the day and mid 50’s at night.

Rainfall is slight averaging less than 1/10 of an inch per month during December-March. During the spring and early summer (usually late May and June) the coast has periods of fog, Some years the coastal fog can last for weeks at a time usually in June, and is know locally as “June Gloom”. This is consistent with most California’s Coastal areas. Most often the fog when present often dissipates just a mile or two inland. 

This weather information generally pertains to the beach areas of San Diego such as , Mission Beach, Imperial Beach, La Jolla Beach, Coronado, Oceanside, Mission Bay and other beach areas of San Diego.

The weather in San Diego is perfect for visiting many of the area attractions such as Sea Life Park, the San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal park.

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