The unseasonable heat that has gripped the San Diego area this week broke some temperature records Thursday, the National Weather Service reported.
At Lindbergh Field, the mercury hit the 100-degree mark Thursday — the first time it reached that level at the bayside airport in November since local record-keeping began in 1875, according to the federal agency. The former milestone high there for a Nov. 4 was 97.
In Vista, the temperature reached 96 degrees Thursday afternoon, edging past the old Nov. 4 record of 95. In Alpine, the high was 92, topping the former maximum reading by two degrees.