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Expect ideal weather for this week’s Comic-Con fan-fest in San Diego

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Upwards of 135,000 visitors are expected in San Diego this week for Comic-Con
(Edouardo Contreras/Union-Tribune)

It’s going to a great week to get your geek on.

You can expect warm sunny days, pleasant nights, and not a speck of rain Wednesday through Sunday as the annual Comic-Con convention unfolds in San Diego.

The daytime high in downtown San Diego will reach 75 or 76 every day this week, says the National Weather Service. The marine layer will be fairly shallow and should burn off by mid-morning.

And the monsoonal moisture off to the east isn’t expected to flow to the coast.

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Visitors who want to take a break and hit the beach will find mostly small surf and warm sea temperatures. Temps have been in the 71-72 degree range in recent days, and they’re spiking higher in Mission Bay.

You’d have to drive to the county’s inland valleys and foothills — and the deserts --- to experience uncomfortable weather. Ramona’s daytime high will be in the 89-91 range all week, the weather service says. It’ll be pretty much the same in Alpine. Borrego Springs will range from 104 to 107.


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