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#230600 - 02/19/07 03:54 PM Rainy Season  
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JKLAB Offline
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We visited AC last Dec and it rained almost the whole week we were there, was wondering if that is normal.We just booked our 3rd trip to AC in the first week of Nov and are hoping we can avoid another wash out.

#230606 - 02/19/07 05:16 PM Re: Rainy Season [Re: JKLAB]  
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nope...its not normal. theoretically, its dry that time of year, but then again, it is belize...the most unpredictable weather i've ever seen!

#230623 - 02/20/07 11:04 AM Re: Rainy Season [Re: LaraTravelBelize]  
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Yeah, it rained everyday when I came to AC end of Jan-beg of Feb.. Last year when I was in Placencia in March, beautiful weather! I guess later in the year's better weatherwise.

#230625 - 02/20/07 12:18 PM Re: Rainy Season [Re: Micks]  
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let me rephrase...the "normal" is that there is no normal! no way to know what the weather is gonna do down here. from what i have heard, its SUPPOSED to be dry from like, November through May, but then again....its belize!

#230633 - 02/20/07 01:21 PM Re: Rainy Season [Re: LaraTravelBelize]  
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SimonB Offline
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Her's a bit more detailed information on the climate of Belize:

#230749 - 02/21/07 10:14 PM Re: Rainy Season [Re: SimonB]  
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indygal Offline
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November is an iffy month. That is why it is not High Season.

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.
#230752 - 02/21/07 10:49 PM Re: Rainy Season [Re: indygal]  

Weather patterns have been changing rapidly with global warming, and they're now impossible to predict with any certainty.

#231046 - 02/27/07 10:19 AM Re: Rainy Season [Re: ]  
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Yes, our family was also visiting AC, during Dec. & Jan. (Our second trip). We will come back, but.....maybe not for awhile. We were so disappointed with the terrible conditions of the roads, and more trash everywhere than we have ever seen there before! Being the fact that this islands main income is from tourism, we are hoping that these problems are recognized and we are going to give it some time to rectify. Hopefully!!!!

#231053 - 02/27/07 11:00 AM Re: Rainy Season [Re: LandRover]  
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deadserious Offline
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Has weather ever been possible to predict? I find that weathermen have always been clueless to what is really going on.

Now back to your regularly scheduled drivel...
#231054 - 02/27/07 11:11 AM Re: Rainy Season [Re: deadserious]  
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Bing Crosby Offline
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I find it hard to believe the things people complain about. The weather in Belize???? Rough roads????? For crying out loud walk on the beach and enjoy the warm rain. Or better yet stay home!

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