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Oh, the Weather Outside Is ... Well, It IS San Diego in July!

Every morning in the 30 days leading up to Comic-Con (from June 18 to July 17), we’re going to offer our “Toucan Tip of the Day,” a tiny tidbit of terrific information that we hope will help you enjoy the show just a little bit better. Sign up for our RSS feed (click the button on the right sidebar) to get all of our tips and stay informed on upcoming news about Comic-Con 2013! To view all of our Toucan Tips, please click on the “Tip of the Day” link under Categories at the top of our sidebar on the right.

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The weather forecast for the coming week at Comic-Con (as of Sunday, July 14) looks like sunny and clear Monday through Saturday, with temperatures in the downtown area to be in the high 70s and low 80s. There's a 30% chance of thunderstorms (a rare occurrence in downtown San Diego) on Sunday, July 21. Weather information is subject to change, to say the least.

What can we say? It’s San Diego in July. We are blessed with great weather almost year round. Despite these balmy temperatures and sunny skies, we strongly recommend you bring along some kind of jacket/sweater/hoodie to Comic-Con, as it’s never clear how strong the air conditioning might be inside the Convention Center. And as you’re heading out to dinner at night, you’ll want to bring the same, as San Diego nights do tend to be cooler.