November 13, 2005 (6:00 a.m.)
SAN PEDRO WEATHER DISCUSSION by Winston Panton (with
excerpts from the Regional Hurricane Center)

TODAY’S FORECAST

Fair conditions over Northern Belize and The Northwest
Caribbean will produce only isolated showers.

Ambergris Caye, San Pedro and Caye Caulker will
experience for the next 24 hrs:

Mainly sunny skies with warm temperatures today and
fair tonight. Winds will be light and variable at
first. Then it will become northerly at 10 to 20 kts.
Isolated showers will occur during the early morning
and late afternoon. The sea state will be slight to
light chop.

The outlook is for sunny skies with isolated showers
on Monday.



Northwest Caribbean & Central America:
A WEAK TROUGH REMAINS OVER THE GULF OF HONDURAS.
ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE WITHIN 60 NM OF THE BOUNDARY AND
SHOULD INCREASE RAIN CHANCES FOR THE YUCATAN PENINSULA
THIS MORNING. CARIBBEAN WINDS REMAIN STRONG AND GUSTY


LARGE DISORGANIZED AREA OF SHOWERS PERSISTS OVER THE
SW CARIBBEAN. AN APPROACHING TROPICAL WAVE WILL BRING
MORE CONVECTION TO THE SW CARIBBEAN TOMORROW.

Central Caribbean:
IN THE UPPER LEVELS...AN ANTICYCLONIC CIRCULATION
CENTERED INLAND OVER N VENEZUELA NEAR 8N70W WILL
PRODUCE MODERATE TO STRONG WLY UPPER LEVEL WINDS OVER
THE CARIBBEAN. SURFACE CARIBBEAN WINDS ARE 20 TO 25
KT.

Eastern Caribbean:

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE JUST E OF WINDWARD ISLANDS SHOWS
SIGNS OF POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT AS IT MOVES W 10 KT.

MID/UPPER RIDGING IS TRYING TO LESSEN THE SHEAR ON THE
TROPICAL WAVE NEARING THE WINDWARD ISLANDS BUT IT
STILL REMAINS FAIRLY STRONG. THIS TROPICAL WAVE WILL
PRODUCE CONVECTION OVER THE WINDWARD ISLANDS TOMORROW.