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Sat Jul 22 17:40:00 PDT 2017

Hot Everywhere Wednesday; Fallbrook Hottest

Posted September 29, 2005, 10:12 AM.



Wednesday's offshore wind event, the first of the season, revved up temperatures in northern San Diego and western Riverside counties to the hottest in a while. Most of Wednesday's highs were the hottest recorded in a relatively cool September this year.

Fallbrook was the hottest, topping out at 99.2°F, and remained warm throughout the night. In addition, the highest wind gusts, at 28 mph, were recorded in Fallbrook. All WeatherCurrents locations were above 95°F for the day, and several recorded wind gusts in excess of 20 mph, including Murrieta, Menifee Valley, and Lake Elsinore.

Data from Riverside was not available due to an extended internet outage there.

Here's the roundup from Wednesday:

Location High Wind Gusts
Fallbrook 99.2°F 28 mph
North De Luz 98.7°F 18 mph
East Hemet 98.4°F 15 mph
South Temecula 96.2°F 18 mph
Northwest Murrieta 97.2°F 20 mph
Menifee Valley (Sun City) 96.2°F 25 mph
Lake Elsinore 95.1°F 24 mph
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