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Pic is at casa miradores... Down from Victoria house just about 1/2 hour ago smile. Water is almost covering dock and getting into pool.

Photo by Robert Justman

NEMO ADVISORY No. 2
TROPICAL DEPRESSION NO. TWO

LOCATION...16.4N 88.4W, ABOUT 10 MILES EAST OF MONKEY RIVER, BELIZE

AT 03:00 PM TROPICAL DEPRESSION TWO WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 16.4 NORTH, LONGITUDE 88.4 WEST. THE DEPRESSION IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST AT APPROX. 12 MPH OVER SOUTHERN BELIZE WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AT 35 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS. WEAKENING IS EXPECTED TO OCCUR AS THE SYSTEM MOVES OVER LAND TONIGHT AND TUESDAY.

*IN THE STANN CREEK DISTRICT:

MULLINS RIVER IS 3 FT ABOVE THE TEMPORARY (BY-PASS) BRIDGE ON COASTAL ROAD AND IS CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC

NORTH STANN CREEK RIVER IS 3 FT ABOVE NORMAL AND RISING IN MIDDLE SEX, PAMONA AND HOPE CREEK

SOUTH STANN CREEK RIVER IS 3 FT ABOVE NORMAL AND RISING

SITTEE RIVER IS 4 FT ABOVE NORMAL AND RISING

WATER IS ACROSS THE HUMMINBIRD HIGHWAY AT MILES 13, 18 AND 20

BOWMAN HOUSING AREA AT MILE 15 IS UNDER 6 INCHES OF WATER.



*IN THE TOLEDO DISTRICT:

BOOM CREEK ROAD AT ARMANDO CREEK IS 3 1/2 FEET UNDER WATER AND IS CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC

BLUE CREEK IS 4 INCHES BELOW THE BRIDGE AND RISING

BLADDEN, TEMASH & MOHO RIVERS ARE ABOVE NORMAL AND RISING


PERSONS LIVING IN FLOOD PRONE AREAS ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE ADVISED TO BE ON THE ALERT FOR POSSIBLE FLOODING IN YOUR AREAS AS THE SYSTEM MOVES ACROSS BELIZE. MOTORISTS ARE ALSO ADVISED TO EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN DRIVING ON THE HIGHWAYS AND SECONDARY ROADS.

NEMO CONTINUES TO MONITOR THE SYSTEM. STAY TUNED TO YOUR LOCAL RADIO AND TELEVISION STATIONS FOR FURTHER ADVISORIES FROM NEMO AND THE NATIONAL METEOROLOGY SERVICE.

THE NEXT ADVISORY ON THE SYSTEM WILL BE AT 6:00 P.M BY THE NATIONAL METEOROLOGY SERVICE.