Today’s temperature is forecast to be NEARLY THE SAME as yesterday. A mix of clouds and sun. High 62F.
At a minimum if you are a single person with no one to support, $96,000/year or $8,000 a month should be the minimum salary to live necessity based comfortable. If you mean living like you are upper middle class then I would bump that estimate to $160,000 to $220,000 plus to live like that in San Diego.
San Diego normally does not have cold weather. Every day in a typical year warms to at least 50 degrees . The city averages just two nights a year when the thermometer dips as low as 40 °F. But it never gets low enough to freeze.
San Diego has a marine climate, strongly influenced by cool Pacific Ocean temperatures that annually range from the upper 50s to upper 60s. It is situation similar to Chicago’s, where temperatures often vary by 20 degrees or more from the lakefront to O’Hare International Airport.
February 14, 2008
Over the last 35 years, San Diego’s inflation rate averaged 3.78% per year, compared to 2.61% for the country as a whole. This means that the cost to live in San Diego has risen more quickly than in other places. Payscale.com estimates that living in San Diego is 44% more expensive than the nationwide average.
Statistics show that San Diego is safer than 34 percent of all cities in the country. A survey of crime data found that San Diego’s crime rate is “one of the lowest in the nation for its size.” In other words, San Diego is one of the safest large cities in the country.
The Pacific Ocean is known as cold, but in summer the water temperature off of San Diego is in the high 60s. Certain protected bodies of water, like La Jolla Cove, can be even warmer , with temperatures of 70 or more.
80K in San Diego , under my standards, should be enough for rent, gas, and anything you need plus savings plus a nice restaurant dinner a couple of times a month, etc I really started having enough money for everything (like buying a house, being able to save money) when I got around that figure.
You can live just fine on 70k in San Diego as a single person. It’s more about your lifestyle and how much you expect to save per year. The main issue on that salary is the cost of housing (median home price is something like 500k). It might be difficult for you to save for a downpayment.
|San Diego County Income Limits Effective April 1, 2020|
|FAMILY SIZE||80% of AMI Low Income||50% of AMI Very Low Income|
The Richest Neighborhoods In San Diego For 2020 North City . Carmel Valley. Del Mar Heights. La Jolla. Rancho Penasquitos. Scripps Ranch. Sabre Springs. Carmel Mountain.
San Diego real estate is less expensive than Los Angeles . In 2019, the median price for a San Diego home was $609,000 whereas Los Angeles clocked in around $870,000.
The best times to visit San Diego are March through May and September through November . You can find some great deals on travel rates during the low seasons in comparison to the peak summer season.