Nov 10, 2015

West Palm Beach breaks heat record by 2 degrees

Daytona Beach, FL
Melbourne, FL
Orland Dr, Temple Terrace, FL
Vero Beach, FL
Kimberly Miller
Weather Plus
Palm Beach sunrise, Nov. 10. Photo: Palm BeachPost
Palm Beach sunrise, Nov. 10. Photo: Palm BeachPost

David Zierden, Florida’s state climatologist, remarked on Twitter today how most of central and South Florida has experienced temperatures of 85 degrees or higher for nine consecutive days. “We are off to by far the warmest start to November on record,” he said in an interview. “Rain has been deluging the western panhandle and northern Gulf coast, but a high pressure system has been blocking that from moving south.”...At least four Florida cities tied or surpassed their record high temperatures on Monday including Daytona Beach, Melbourne and Vero Beach. Orlando also set a record at 91 degrees, beating a 1911 high of set in 1911.