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Cold snap hits San Diego

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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 pic.twitter.com/25BYa03eBg - 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 complainSource: DiscoverSD