So the Remnants of Erika are pushing our way now. As I said days ago, this storm has a lot of vertical activity. Its active area keeps bouncing first north then south, so not possible to pin a single centre. But over night there has been a large flare-up in its southern area, south of Cuba, which is throwing out cloud and rain in many directions, some towards Belize. It probably will not reach Belize, but the resultant down draughts will and are sending out shock-waves into the Caribbean air, some of which is presently causing a few isolated rain showers from PG to Belize City. So we may see a few more isolated rain showers anywhere if this actually gets nearer to Belize, but probably not a lot.
I Expect today will be mainly sunny, with cloud building up during the morning, there could be the odd rain shower.
Temperatures in Belmopan:
Today is probably going to be Similar, to yesterday :
Sat, max 34°C 93°F Last night min 25°C 76°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )