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www.news-journalonline.com

The record high was 98 degrees set in 1992, Glitto said.
The sizzling conditions won't dissipate anytime soon with temperatures set to hover around 90 degrees throughout the week, said Peggy Glitto, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Melbourne. Glitto said the Weather Service doesn't typically issue a heat advisory until a heat index of 105 degrees or greater persists for a couple of hours.


www.tcpalm.com [cached]

"It certainly is going to be hot and humid," National Weather Service Meteorologist Peggy Glitto said. She said the average temperature for Vero Beach in June is 89 degrees. The heat wave is the result of a strong southwest wind flow that will eliminate the East Coast sea breeze today and Saturday.Glitto said the sea breeze winds may change between Sunday and Monday which would cool temperatures off. There's also a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms on Saturday, which would also cool things down. "In any event, it will feel warm and sticky out there," she said.


www.orlandosentinel.com [cached]

The river, which runs through Lake Harney, could rise another inch or two, National Weather Service meteorologist Peggy Glitto said Monday night.


www.floridatoday.com

Up near the fire, the winds will come out of the west and then shift to the north, with the winds picking up between 15-20 mph this afternoon as the front moves in," said Peggy Glitto, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Melbourne.
The thin line of scattered showers was already moving across Lake and Volusia counties and was expected to roll into Brevard by mid-morning. The front could bring anywhere from a tenth to a quarter-inch of rain in a period of a half an hour to an hour, officials reported. "But it's really moving along really quickly, so some areas may not see that much," Glitto said.


www.floridatoday.com

Up near the fire, the winds will come out of the west and then shift to the north, with the winds picking up between 15-20 mph this afternoon as the front moves in," said Peggy Glitto, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Melbourne.
The thin line of scattered showers was already moving across Lake and Volusia counties and was expected to roll into Brevard by mid-morning. The front could bring anywhere from a tenth to a quarter-inch of rain in a period of a half an hour to an hour, officials reported. "But it's really moving along really quickly, so some areas may not see that much," Glitto said.


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