Coldest July in San Diego in nearly 100 years

We had a truly mild July in San Diego.  It’s normally very hot in July but there were a few evenings and early mornings that I wore a light hoodie, it got into the low 60’s some evenings.  However, as Mark Twain said, the coldest summer I ever spent was the city of San Francisco!  LOL  I do love San Francisco and the surrounding cities.  San Francisco is a very sophisticated, political and fun.  The city reminds of a West Coast version of New York city in a round about way.  I have visited most of the large cities in the U.S., the only large city I have not been to is Chicago.

Anyways, here’s the Coldest July in San Diego story:

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CBS 8) – It was anything but a scorching hot July in San Diego.

The National Weather Service says San Diego had the coolest month of July in nearly 100 years.

The average high temperature for July at Lindbergh Field was a little more than 69 degrees. That’s the coolest since 1916 and the fifth lowest on record.

The only break from the cool weather in July came during a mid-month heat wave that sent temperatures soaring into the 80’s downtown and 90’s for inland areas.

In Mission Beach, most people said they weren’t too thrilled by July’s cool weather.