Belize Weather Forecast: September 19, 2020
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Present Condition: Mostly cloudy this morning. Relativlely moist conditions previal but a gradual decrease in moisture is expected over the next 24-48 hrs.
Advisories: *Residents, especially those inland, are advised to stay hydrated and to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible.*
Sunny with a few cloudy spells today and cloudy at times tonight. A few showers and isolated thunderstorms will develop inland this afternoon, then mostly southern and northern districts tonight. Elsewhere showers or thunderstorms will be isolated.
Winds: Light and Variable
Sea State: Slight
Waves: 1-3 ft.
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 87
A few showers or isolated thunderstorms will develop over most areas on Sunday afternoon, becoming isolated by Sunday night.
Sargassum Forecast from September 15, 2020 to September 22, 2020:
There is a small chance that a few sargassum mats could drift into local beaches in the coming days with minor to moderate impacts. San Pedro has a low probability and a moderate expected impact.
Tropical Weather Outlook:
At 3:00am, Tropical Storm Wilfred was centred near latitude 13.1N, longitude 36.9W or about 885mls W of the Cabo Verde Islands. Hurricane Teddy was centered near latitude 24.9N, longitude 58.2W or about 650 miles SE of Bermuda. Tropical Storm Beta was centred near 26.0N and 92.5W or about 290 miles East of the the mouth of the Rio Grande River.
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The Caribbean Sea
An upper level inverted trough is moving through the area that
extends from the Yucatan Peninsula to Guatemala. Broad upper level
cyclonic wind flow covers the NW corner of the Caribbean Sea.
Precipitation: isolated moderate to strong thunderstorms are noted
in Cuba. Isolated moderate to strong convection covers areas from
Honduras to 23N in the SW corner of the Gulf of Mexico between
Honduras and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec of southern Mexico. The
comparatively strongest convective precipitation is occurring in
parts of Belize and northern Guatemala, and in the western
sections of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec of southern Mexico.
A surface trough extends from 14N63W to a 1010 mb low pressure
near 13N67W. Precipitation: scattered moderate is within 120 nm
on either side of the trough.
The monsoon trough is along 09N/11N, from 73W in northern
Colombia beyond Costa Rica, into the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Precipitation: scattered moderate is from 14N southward from 73W
Tropical Storm Wilfred near 13.1N 36.9W 1007 mb at 5
AM EDT moving WNW at 15 kt. Maximum sustained winds 35 kt gusts 45
kt. Wilfred will move to 13.8N 39.0W this afternoon, 14.8N 41.7W
Sun morning, 15.8N 44.4W Sun afternoon, then weaken to a tropical
depression near 16.5N 46.8W Mon morning. Tropical Depression
Wilfred is expected to become a remnant low and move to 16.8N
48.6W Mon afternoon, then dissipate Tue morning. Long period
northeasterly swell from Major Hurricane Teddy, moving away from
the area in the Central Atlantic, will continue to impact tropical
Atlantic waters through early next week.
|High: 11:26 AM
||Low: 5:29 PM|
|High: 11:22 PM
||Low: 6:10 AM (Sun)|
| Sunrise: 5:41 AM
|| Moonrise: 7:52 AM|
|Sunset: 5:50 PM
||Moonset: 7:56 PM
Four Day Weather Outlook:
For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.
Climate Prediction Centerís Central America Hazards Outlook
Belize National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)
Philip S W Goldson International Airport: