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2188 Gill Village Way, San Diego, California, 92108, United States
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weather

by tracyskf

What is the weather like in Mid March? Planning to travel light, but let me know if it is going to be cold / rainy. Thanks!

Re: weather

by lmkluque

We are well know for our weather. However, that doesn't mean that it is hot here all the time. It only means that our winters and summers are mild. Not too cold nor too hot.

March is usually still cooler than warm and rain is not unheard of. I'd suggest layering as a solution. The day can start out as cold, warm up to a decent T-shirt wearing temperature and then cool off again as the sun goes down.

Depending upon how you feel the "cold," be sure to have a sweater or a warm jacket if you plan to spend time near the bay or the ocean as the breeze can make it even chillier along the beach.

Re: weather

by ltt

google weather san diego and you'll get the averages
but, my crysal ball says tuesday will be rainy and thursday should be in the 90's!!!

Re: weather

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for San Diego for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday

March.
High 66f / 19c
Low 49f / 10c
Rain 2.00in / 51.0mm
Rain days 5
Hours of sun 9
Daylight hours 12
UV level 6 = High
Sea temp 59f / 15c

Travel Tips for San Diego

Rollerblading on Mission...

by bokononist

Rollerblading on Mission Beach. There are always tons of people out playing volleyball or surfing, just about any time of the year. You can see so much rollerblading, it's such a pleasant way to spend a day.

Visit the Gaslamp Quarter

by seagoingJLW

The Gaslamp Quarter, located in the heart of downtown San Diego, extends from Broadway to Harbor Drive and from Fourth to Sixth AVenues.

There are nearly 100 restaurants, coffee houses and nightclubs located here.

La Jolla in San Diego

by Shadownlite

Go to La Jolla in San Diego. La Jolla has very beautiful beaches and there is even a man-made cove where the sea lions sleep on the sand. They also have an underwater marine park where you can snorkel in the cove.

La Jolla is a great place to watch surfers and to shop since many shops/stores are in that area. I always make sure to spend a lot of time in La Jolla because it is a great community and the beaches are very beautiful. The things I miss most when I am away from California is the warm temperatures, beach culture, and the people. It is warm in San Diego year round....even though residents will call it cold in winter. I miss the feeling of the warm, salty, humid air on my skin. I miss the beach culture. Everything seems to be situated around the beach. There are many beaches there and a huge surfing community...as well as many surf and ocean related shops. They also have the best sea food and Mexican food (since the Mexican border is nearby). I miss the laidback feel of that beach culture.

I also miss the people. They are friendly and well informed on the world around them. they are laidback and not stressed as much as people I have encountered here in Washington State. I miss the whole multicutural atmosphere that San Diego has because there are people living there from all over the world.

Visitor's friendly city

by matcrazy1

San Diegans love visitor's. They are always very nice and ready to help visitors.
At some places (downtown) it's not so easy to walk and look at the map at the same time - they just stop and ask, what are you looking for, could i help you? - sometimes they speak... in Spanish.
And local police (on bicycles) is always ready to help you as well.

Do they use cell phones in San Diego?

by matcrazy1

Yes, they do. But maybe at least a little not so often than in many European countries - am I wrong?
Anyway, it's no wonder, they have (less expensive) public phones everywhere (maybe except residential areas).

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