Belize Weather Forecast: May 12, 2013
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Mainly warm weather conditions prevail.
Advisories: *Small craft caution: Operators of small craft should exercise caution for gusty winds and locally rough seas.*
Mostly sunny today with chance for an isolated thunderstorm inland this afternoon. Partly cloudy skies tonight with isolated showers mainly in the south.
East - southeast 10-20 knots with occasional higher gusts.
Marine Forecast: Today:
Winds: E/-SE 10-20 kts with occnl higher gusts; seas: Moderate - rough.; waves: 4-6ft.; little or no rainfall.
Monday night:- Winds: E/NE 5-15 kts.; seas: Choppy; waves 2-4 ft.; isolated showers.
Sea Surface Temp (°F): 82
Through to Tuesday morning: Partly cloudy skies with isolated showers mainly in the south.
Tropical Weather Outlook: The Atlantic Hurricane Season ended on November 30, 2012.
Wind & weather forecast for Ambergris Caye / San Pedro: Great information for sailors...
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|High - 10:53 AM
||Low - 6:13 PM|
|High - 12:08 AM (MON.)
||Low - 5:18 AM (MON.)|
| Sunrise - 5:21 AM
|| Moonrise - 7:21 AM|
|Sunset - 6:17 PM
||Moonset - 8:39 PM
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Often the first Tropical Storm of the Year comes at us either from the Pacific, or results from action in the Pacific, if early in the year.
Hurricane Arthur in 2008 was first named Alma, when it developed in the Pacific 29 May 2008, it crossed Honduras and reformed in the Caribbean, the first Tropical Storm to actually be named 30 May 2008, after it made landfall on Belize and went over Corozal.
As you can see, there is a lot of ITCZ activity developing in the Pacific.
There is also the first rotating mass of the year, in the Atlantic, to the NE of the Caribbean.
No threats to us yet, but we do have to start watching and preparing now.
Mid Summer for Belize is around the 20 May, that is when the Sun will be at its highest, or directly overhead at midday, then it will go north of us, as our average temperatures will then cool a little and the rains starts, crossing us again in August, which sometimes, caused a dip in rain and higher temperatures.