As you go up in altitude, the air temperature normally gets cooler. .. . As the air gets cooler, it can no longer hold water vapour as such, which then condenses out into clouds which form above us. . . .. Depending on how much water vapour and other conditions, these forming clouds, tend to group together, like those white puffy clouds, as we saw this afternoon.
The size of these puffy clouds has been getting larger over the Yucatan, but so was the spacing between them.
But now as night fell, elevated sea fog has formed, that is a relatively thin blanket of cloud has been spreading, now covering all southern Belize, but not yet Cayo or Corozal, but those areas will probably be covered over night.
This should keep the night temperatures up a bit.....So Wednesday morning will probably start off, overcast or foggy, but clear later, with a fair amount of sun. . . .I don't see any rain, mind you the Radar is still not working.