Summer is over
It looks as if the sun the Sun is now passing over head at midday, slightly to the South of us.
This means we are now just passed our Second mid Summer. . . . the first being in May, when the Sun moves from south of us to passing over north of Belize.
As you can see, in mid winter, the sun at Midday, has an angle to us of about 40° down in the South.
Just as we are used to living in northern countries. . . . But in what people in the north, regard as their Mid-Summer, that is around June 21st. . .. . ( Actually that is not an absolutely accurate date, it can vary by several days each year. ). . . . The Sun is about 6° North of Belmopan.
So the Sun is only crossing at Mid-day, directly overhead, that is 0°, around the middle of May, then it comes back during August.
So we have two Mid-summers.
You may also have noticed we also have two warmest periods. . . . The first as April moves into May, then again a smaller peak during August, which is perhaps why August usually has less rain than June, July and September.