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It's 203 to 106 in Walnut Creek today at 3 PM., depending on which temp probe I read. Some high thin clouds all day but that just makes it feel muggy. I just returned from a nursery and everything was wilted. This is the hottest day we have had in August, as it's been rather plesant otherwise.

Dick

Richard Douglas

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105 here. Cannot wait for the cool-down to the 90's by Monday and Tuesday here

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Kevin Martin - Meteorologist

Southern California Weather Authority

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Damn Dick, 203 to 106? That's hot anyway you split it.

Matt Bradford

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Spring Valley, CA (8.5 miles inland from San Diego Bay)

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Damn Dick, 203 to 106? That's hot anyway you split it.

If it was 203 I'd be in a cave a mile down :)

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Southern California Weather Authority

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It's 203 to 106 in Walnut Creek today at 3 PM., depending on which temp probe I read. Some high thin clouds all day but that just makes it feel muggy. I just returned from a nursery and everything was wilted. This is the hottest day we have had in August, as it's been rather plesant otherwise.

Dick

203, huh? Maybe if you turn down the dial on the oven and take the thermometer out, it might be a little cooler.

Coastal San Diego, California

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warm summer/mild winter

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OK, OK,

At least your paying attention. Of course I ment to say 103F. At 4:30 AM this morning it's still 67F which is a warm night for me. Today is going to be another sizzler.

Dick

Richard Douglas

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OK, OK,

At least your paying attention. Of course I ment to say 103F. At 4:30 AM this morning it's still 67F which is a warm night for me. Today is going to be another sizzler.

Dick

It only dropped to 77F here this morning & this is what it looks like outside :unsure: the La Canada fire is 7 miles away [thankfully the wind is blowing it north]

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34° 10' N   118° 18' W

Elevation: 910'/278m

January Average Hi/Lo: 69F/50F

July Average Hi/Lo: 88F/66F

Average Rainfall: 19"/48cm

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At one point it hit 101.8F at my place today, and 109.5F in the greenhouse. Humidity says 67%.

Most of us in coastal California don't have air conditioning, myself included. After a couple days of this I'm feeling lethargic, slightly ill, and mild headache.

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7 miles inland. Elevation 120ft (37m)

Average annual low temp: 30F (-1C)

Average annual rainfall: 8" (20cm)

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Most of us in coastal California don't have air conditioning, myself included. After a couple days of this I'm feeling lethargic, slightly ill, and mild headache.

I'm surprised at that fact. I think that's one way the west coast of Oz differs to So Cal. Everyone has air con, otherwise they wouldn't get through the summer.

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It was already 90 F when I left Walnut Creek for San Francisco around noon today. When I arrived in SF I expected some cool, but it was uncomfortably warm in SF also. I was told it was 85 at the beach. When I got home around 8 PM it was still 88 in Walnut Creek and not a hint of air movement. This will be another warm night.

Dick

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My car said 98 in SF yesteraday. Today it was 101 in Orinda. Lots of water for them palms.

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I was in Ramona yesterday for one of my son's football game. They played in temps of 106 at 1PM. It was 107 when I left about 330PM

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warm summer/mild winter

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Boy that is hot.

dk

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Boy that is hot.

dk

Hotter than I'm used to, that's for sure. It was still 99F about 5 miles from the coast. By the time I got home, it was about 87F and somewhat humid.

Coastal San Diego, California

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Dry summer subtropical/Mediterranean

warm summer/mild winter

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