Belize Weather Forecast: September 24, 2020
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Present Condition: Partly cloudy. Mainly fair conditions prevail with an increase in showery activity expected tomorrow.
Advisories: *Residents, especially those inland are advised to remain hydrated.*
Sunny with cloudy spells today and partly cloudy tonight. Showers and thunderstorms will be isolated, developing mainly along the coast this morning and inland this afternoon. Then showers and thunderstorms will be isolated at first mainly over southern districts and increasing along the coast tonight.
Winds: Light and Variable
Sea State: Slight
Waves: 1-3 ft.
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 87
A few showers and thunderstorms will affect most places on Friday, then mainly coastal areas Friday night.
Sargassum Forecast from September 22, 2020 to September 30, 2020:
No significant amounts of sargassum was seen over the area on the latest satellite imagery. However, there is still the chance for smaller mats to affect the country in the coming days with minimal impacts. San Pedro has a low probability and a mnimal expected impact.
Tropical Weather Outlook:
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, during the next 48 hours.
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The Caribbean Sea
A stationary front passes through 22N70W in the Atlantic Ocean,
cutting across Cuba, to 25N86W in the SE Gulf of Mexico.
Precipitation: isolated moderate to locally strong is from 18N
to the stationary front between 60W and Hispaniola. Isolated to
widely scattered moderate and isolated to locally strong is in
the interior and coastal waters areas of Cuba.
The monsoon trough is along 10N/12N, from 73W in northern
Colombia beyond Costa Rica, into the eastern Pacific Ocean. The
GFS model for 250 mb, and the water vapor satellite imagery,
show a trough that extends from the south central Caribbean Sea,
toward the SW corner of the Caribbean Sea and central Panama.
Precipitation: isolated to widely scattered moderate and
isolated to locally strong is from 15N
southward from 70W westward.
Northerly swell previously generated by Hurricane Teddy and an early
season cold front in the western Atlantic will continue through
Atlantic waters and Caribbean passages through this evening. Mainly
moderate trade winds will dominate the basin through the forecast
period, with the exception of fresh, possibly locally strong, winds
near the coast of Colombia and in the Gulf of Venezuela.
|Low: 10:46 AM
||High: 5:17 PM|
|Low: 9:34 PM
||High: 4:06 AM (Fri)|
| Sunrise: 5:42 AM
|| Moonrise: 12:58 PM|
|Sunset: 5:46 PM
||Moonset: 12:16 AM (Fri)
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: