October 10th, 2019

March And April San Diego Weather

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By Storm Daly

March San Diego Weather

San Diego weather in March is a little more rainy than the summer months, and slightly cooler. However the weather is still better than most of the US, and indeed most of the world. The city’s proximity to the Pacific Ocean and southern latitude makes San Diego a great weather city.

The highest recorded temperature for San Diego California for the past 70 years in March was 93 degrees Fahrenheit, registered on March 26, 1988, while the typical high temperature is 66. The lowest documented temperature for San Diego for the past 70 years in March was 38 most recently registered on March 9, 1922, and the mean daily low in the month is 54.

United States NWS historical weather data records that on March 11, 1922, the high temperature did not exceed 52 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in San Diego in the past 70 years. NWS weather data additionally shows that on March 19, 1978, the lowest recorded temperature on that day did not drop below 64 degrees, the highest low measured in San Diego in the last 70 years.

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According to the National Weather Service, the high temperature in San Diego in March on the first day of the month averages 65 degrees and the high on the last day of the month averages 67 degrees. The low measured temperature in San Diego on March First averages 51 degrees and the low on the last day of the month averages 53 degrees.

San Diego typically receives an average of 2.26 inches of precipitation during the month. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in March was 2.11 inches on March 7, 1952.

April San Diego Weather

April weather in San Diego is a little warmer and a little drier than March, and April is a good time to visit this tourist city. The days are normally warm and dry, and the nights are rarly cool and never cold.

The hottest April day in San Diego for the past 70 years was 98 degrees Fahrenheit, registered on April 7, 1989, and the regular high is 69. The coldest day reported in San Diego in April for the past 70 years was 41 measured on April 14, 1945, while the mean low daily temperature during the month is 56.

US National Weather Service weather data records that on April 3, 1933, the high temperature did not exceed 55 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in San Diego in the past 70 years. NWS weather data additionally shows that on April 25, 1992, the lowest recorded temperature on that day did not drop below 66 degrees, the highest low measured in San Diego in the last 70 years.

Weather Service historical data shows that the average daily high temperature in San Diego on April First is 67 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of April is 67 degrees. The average recorded low temperature in San Diego on April First is 53 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of April is 56 degrees.

San Diego usually receives an average of 0.75 inches of rain during the month. On April 5, 1926 San Diego received 3.23 inches of rain, the most rain measured in a single day in April.

About the Author: Storm Daly is a weather reporter who covers

March San Diego Weather

and

April San Diego Weather

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