San Diego's Weather Forecast for Feb. 23, 2022: Near Records Lows

Posted at 5:27 AM, Feb 23, 2022
and last updated 2022-02-24 02:12:07-05

As our latest storm moves out, cold temperatures remain. It'll be so cold tonight, we could hover near record lows by sunrise.

Temperatures will plummet to 20s and 30s, even teens for our mountains tonight. The unusually cold temperatures will near record lows in San Diego with 38 degrees the same record from 1897, and Borrego with a low of 32 degrees, potentially breaking the record of 35 degrees from 2007. We can also expect near record low sin Vista, Chula Vista, and Ramona.

A Freeze Warning will be in effect for the inland valleys. A Frost Advisory will be in effect until 8am for the coast and desert areas. Expect widespread temperatures in the 30s with the coldest spots dipping as low as 28 degrees.The mountains may see teens by early morning.

While the morning is frigid, Thursday will be sunny with daytime highs in the low 60s all over the county, except for our mountains with low 40s with breezy conditions making it brisk for another day.

Temperatures will gradually improve into the weekend, with 70s returning to the coast and valleys. Temperatures will then continue to warm into next week.

Thursday's Highs:
Coast: 57-61°
Inland: 52-62°
Mountains: 48-55°
Deserts: 56-62°

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