San Diego Union Tribune 
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
This is July?
It didn’t feel that way as high temperatures were at record lows in San Diego County today, says the National Weather Service. It was quite a contrast from the East Coast, where such big cities as New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore experienced record highs.
A trough of low pressure and a thick marine layer kept most of the western half of the county cloaked in clouds for much of the day.
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The temperature only reached 62 degrees in Oceanside Harbor. The record “low high” for this date is 65. That record was set in 2002. The harbor averages a high of 74 degrees this time of year.
Escondido posted a high of 69, which was nine degrees below the lrecord ow-high, set in 1987. The city averages 87 degrees in early June.
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