The city of San Diego in the state of California on Tuesday saw Alpine set a new record for the 21st of September, while high-pressure systems in Vista and Ramona tied their previous days' highs.
According to the National Weather Service, Alpine's 98-degree high was one degree higher than the previous record set in 2009. Records go all the way back to 1951.
The temperature in Ramona, California reached 101 degrees, matching the previous record set in 1975. The documents date from as far back as 1974.
This year's 95-degree temperature in Vista was also a record high for the city. Records date all the way back to the year 1957 when they were created.
Other San Diego County temperature rises on Tuesday included 104 in Santee, 102 in Fallbrook, Poway, 101 in El Cajon,103 in Escondido and Valley Center, 100 in Rancho San Diego, 98 in La Mesa and Montgomery Field, 93 in Brown Field, 96 in Rancho Bernardo, 88 at Oceanside Airport, 87 in Encinitas, 86 in Chula Vista and National City, 84 in San Diego International Airport and Carl
In terms of temperature, Wednesday is going to be the most extreme day of the week. The highest temperatures include 103 and 99 in El Cajon; 98 is expected in Alpine and Fallbrook; 92 in Vista; 89 is expected in Oceanside and Chula Vista. The highest temperatures include 88 in San Diego and Encinitas. Temperatures in Del Mar and La Jolla are forecasted to be at 84.
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