Latest vis sat shows a surprisingly well organized system still (considering its proximity to land). If anything the eye has cleared a bit, typically not a sign of weakening. San Pedro will shortly be in the N to NE eyewall, typically the strongest portion of the storm--unfortunately it looks as though the calm of the eye will bypass the island to the south. Whatever preparations are still possible in the Belize City region need to be rushed to completion, though on a positive note, at the storms most recent vector (derived from the last three GOES-8 floater images), the city itself may well remain on the south side of the eye. This would mean west winds and lower tides rather than a storm surge.