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Rare heat advisory issued along San Diego County coastline as temperatures soar into 80s, 90s

Record temperatures are expected along the county's coastline Thursday.
Record temperatures are expected along the county’s coastline Thursday.
(Gary Robbins / The San Diego Union-Tribune )

Oceanside Airport reached 90 shortly after noon

In a move rarely made in winter, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the entire San Diego County coastline Thursday as temperatures began to leap into the 80s and low 90s.

The hottest spot was in and around Oceanside Airport, where there were readings of 90 and 91. Parts of inland Carlsbad also got to 90.

San Diego reached 80 by 10 a.m. It rose to 82 a couple of hours later, but then onshore winds kicked in. The final reading is expected to be about 85. \

The advisory, which comes on the second day of a major heatwave, will be in effect from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

(Send us an email describing how hot it gets in your neighborhood: gary.robbins@sduniontribune.com)


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