Belize Weather Forecast: June 12, 2021


General Situation:
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Belize NMS: Present Condition: Cloudy with rain throughout the country. Cloudy, rainy and windy this morning in San Pedro. Moist and unstable conditions prevail.
Advisories: FLOOD WATCH: There is the possibility for flooding over low lying and flood prone areas and especially over the southern districts.
24-hour forecast: Cloudy at times along with a few showers, thunderstorms and periods of rain over most areas, especially offshore early this morning and then northern and inland areas later, with a decrease this afternoon. Rainfall activity is expected to increase again over southern, coastal and offshore areas tonight.
Winds: E-SE, 10-20 kts
Sea State: Choppy
Waves: 3-5 ft.
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 85
Outlook: For Sunday and Sunday night is for similar rainy weather continuing over the country, with a decrease in activity during the afternoon.
Sargassum Forecast from June 9 to June 16: Satellite imagery continue to suggests high sargassum concentration over the Northwest Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Honduras. Therefore, the risk of sargassum affecting local beaches continues to be high. San Pedro has a high probability and a moderate impact.
Tropical Weather Outlook: Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico during the next 48 hours. Click for more...

Marine Conditions:


Live Beach Cam at Blue Water Grill

The Caribbean Sea

Fresh to strong winds are in the S central Caribbean between high pressure north of the basin and lower pressures over northern Colombia. Fresh E-SE winds are in the Gulf of Honduras. Moderate to fresh trades prevail elsewhere, except light to gentle in the lee of Cuba and also south of 11N. Seas are 5 to 7 ft in the S central Caribbean, and 3-5 ft elsewhere except 3 ft or less in the lee of Cuba and south of 11N.

For the forecast, a ridge of high pressure along 28N combined with lower pressure over Central America and Colombia will support fresh to strong trades over the S central Caribbean and Gulf of Honduras through at least Wed night. Moderate to fresh trades will prevail elsewhere, except light to gentle south of 11N. A tropical wave over northern Colombia and moving toward the western Caribbean has limited shower activity associated with it over water. A new tropical wave will move into the E Caribbean Mon.


  High Low
Coastal 29° C
84° F
25° C
77° F
Inland 30° C
86° F
23° C
74° F
Hills 24° C
76° F
20° C
68° F
TIDES:
High: 10:43 AM Low: 6:09 PM
High: 12:20 AM (Sun) Low: 4:41 AM (Sun)
Sunrise: 5:17 AM Moonrise: 7:00 AM
Sunset: 6:27 PM Moonset: 8:36 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)

Ambergris Caye:
https://www.wunderground.com/weather/bz/san-pedro

Philip S W Goldson International Airport:
https://www.wunderground.com/weather/bz/belize/MZBZ?cm_ven=localwx_today

Belmopan:
https://www.wunderground.com/weather/bz/belmopan/17.26%2C-88.78

Caye Caulker:
http://cayecaulkerweather.com/weatherdata/caye-caulker-belize-live-weather-data.htm

For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:

There are currently no organized tropical features in the Atlantic basin, and none are expected to develop through at least the next couple of days. These quieter conditions may not last much longer.

While there are still no tropical systems across the Atlantic basin and none are expected to develop through the beginning of next week, we continue to keep an eye on the Gulf of Mexico for tropical development later in the week.

A broad area of rotation in the midlevels, sometimes called a gyre, has formed and is enhancing thunderstorm activity from the southern Gulf of Mexico to the waters of the eastern Pacific, just along the southern coast of Mexico. As of now, the threat of development through the weekend appears to be over the Eastern Pacific Ocean near the coast of southern Mexico, but the disturbance in the eastern Pacific is expected to drift to the north and into the southern Gulf of Mexico around the middle of next week. This is when the concern for development will increase across the Gulf.

Through the weekend and early next week, much of southern Mexico and northern Central America can have heavy downpours and flooding, regardless of whether or not a tropical system forms.

For further information on tropical conditions, check the daily Tropical Weather Outlook, click here.