I have been watching how high level winds with clouds are coming across the equator from Africa, over north of South America and produce large areas of cloud over the north of South America, then this appears to trigger clouds usually in the Pacific. But over the last few days, there is a line of high level clouds developing all along the pacific coast of Central America and Mexico. But this morning that line of developing high clouds is significantly from Central America up over much of eastern Mexico up into the mid USA states, this cloud is all moving eastwards. Right now, there are various patches, some thick, but most thin, coming over northern Belize, where it is causing the SE Caribbean winds to produce a fair amount of cloud. No rain at present,but I feel this could change quickly.
Looks like today will be another warm, muggy sunny days, but with significant clouds, mainly in the north of Belize this morning, but developing in the south later, which could trigger some swellups and rain.
Temperatures in Belmopan : ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 25°C 77°F Yesterday max. 33°C 92°F Yesterday Rain 0 mm ( 0.0" )