We could just be cooking a homegrown down here, folks, instead of waiting
for Alberto. No threat to Belize if we are, but if it gets in the Gulf of
Mexico it could get frisky.
or your favorite equivalent. Now take note the wind is from the
north here on Ambergris Caye, (off the northeast coast of Belize, for any
who don't remember), whereas the usual trades are from the east. This
time of year that often connotes something going on. This particular
time it could signify some circulation trying to get started around that
glob south of Cuba.
If it were to form, it would tend to head northward, more or less thorugh
Yucatan Chute between Cuba and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and dance
around the Gulf before striking somebody who neglected to come to Belize
and bring money.
Just so you know.