ORLANDO, Fla. — Today was another day of record heat.
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Meteorologist George Waldenberger said Sanford, Daytona Beach and Leesburg all hit records because it’s so hot for March.
In this heat, a few stray showers are possible into the evening, with most areas dry again.
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Overnight, areas of fog will be possible.
Also, watch for pockets of smoke in Volusia County overnight and Monday morning.
Well...it's beach weather. pic.twitter.com/WfoYuHRA3o— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) March 26, 2023
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A wildfire west of Daytona Beach could emit smoke and reduce visibility on roadways near the I-4 and I-94 intersection.
We have a heightened risk of brushfires with the hot and dry weather.
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The heat drags on for the next couple of days, with more records likely on Monday.
If you like cooler weather, a mini-cooldown should arrive Wednesday and Thursday, and then more 90s next weekend.
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