10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in San DiegoFitness Gear & Equipment
These are the ten all-time hottest weather temperature days recorded in the city of San Diego, California. The temperature data for Downtown San Diego dates back to 1874. As anybody who lives in the city, or who has visited here knows, San Diego can get pretty hot at times.
The hottest temperature ever recorded in San Diego, California is 111 degrees, which occurred on September 26, 1963. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the state of California is 134 degrees, which occurred on July 10, 1913 in Death Valley.
One hundred degree weather days are not uncommon in the city of San Diego, though they generally occur in late summer and early fall. The earliest date that a 100 degree weather day occurred in San Diego in any year dating back to 1874 is June 10th. That latest date that a 100 degree temperature day occurred in any year is November 4th.
San Diego has never has a 100 degree weather day in the month of August. Only once in July has the temperature reached 100 degrees, and just twice in June.
10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in San Diego
1. September 26, 1963 - 111 degrees
2. September 17, 1913 - 110 degrees
T-3. September 4, 1988 - 107 degrees
T-3. October 14, 1961 - 107 degrees
5. September 21, 1939 - 106 degrees
T-6. October 3, 1987 - 104 degrees
T-6. October 22, 1965 - 104 degrees
T-6. September 27, 1963 - 104 degrees
T-6. September 1, 1955 - 104 degrees
10. September 23, 1975 - 103 degrees
The hottest month of the year in San Diego is August, which has an average daily temperature of 76.9 degrees, followed by September with an average daily temperature of 76.4 degrees. The next hottest month in SD is July at 75.2 degrees, followed by October at 73.4 degrees and June at 71.4 degrees.
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