Sunday, January 14, 2007

Global Warming Hits San Diego

From the Union-Tribune:
A mass of freezing cold air over Southern California has sent temperatures plummeting this weekend, with the National Weather Service advising residents to bring pets and sensitive plants inside overnight and the governor declaring a state of emergency.

"Pretty much everyone in the county will be freezing," said Mark Moede, a Weather Service meteorologist in San Diego.

The record cold nighttime weather is forecast to continue for the rest of the week...
State of emergency?
Temperatures tonight are expected to drop to 28 in El Cajon, 30 in Rancho Bernardo and 27 in Fallbrook.

Coastal areas also will be cold, with expected lows of 33 in Chula Vista, 29 in Miramar and 38 at Lindbergh Field in San Diego.
That's t-shirt weather in Minnesota.