Cold snap hits San Diego

Freezing temperatures hit San Diego on Monday night, and the National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory until 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Early Monday morning, with temperatures dropping to 31 degrees in Ramona, 33 degrees at Camp Pendleton , and 54 degrees in San Diego, locals took to Twitter to share their discomfort.

Because, San Diego.

San Diego gets cold

"Another dangerously cold night in San Diego" -NBC Ok

- Harrison Mahon (@HarrryMahon) November 30, 2015

Yea it's freezing in other states but I've ONLY lived in San Diego and it should not be this cold so yes I am allowed to complain
Source: DiscoverSD

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