The cool air from the NE continues, with patches of cloud, presently causing some rain out at sea. Nothing much else to mention.
Looks like today will be mainly sunny, but with patches of significant cloud from time to time, some can cause isolated rain showers.
Temperatures in Belmopan:
Today is probably going to be Similar, to yesterday :
Sun, max 29°C 84°F Last night min 22°C 71°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Monthly Weather Summary, November 2015
National Meteorological Service of Belize
November 2015 was rather wet, with most stations across the country receiving two to three to times the normal monthly rainfall. No cold front crossed the country; however a weak and dissipating frontal trough did drift south across our area near the end of the month.
The month started off mainly fair with only isolated shower activity. The Atlantic ridge extending into the NW Caribbean supported a moderate east-southeast surface flow on the first day, then the ridge retreated, and a light east-northeast flow prevailed. The upper pattern was weakly convergent, with a TUTT low moving south to near NE Honduras on the 3rd. The weather became cloudy and showery on the 4th; the moisture increased as a surface trough approached from the east. The PGIA recorded 23mm of rain, the most for that day. A few showers lingered mainly over northern districts over the next two days, as a low developed near northern Belize and moved northwest to northern Yucatan by the 6th. Generally isolated showers prevailed on the 7th, and an east-southeast surface flow dominated the surface and low levels. The next four days (8-11) was cloudy at times with a few showers over most areas along with isolated thunderstorms. A weak tropical wave crossed on the 10th and a more active one on the 12th. The airflow became moist on the 12th and the surface flow backed to the east-northeast. Showers increased, especially over the south. The upper pattern varied from weakly divergent to neutral from the 8th to the 11th, then became divergent on the 12th as an upper trough to the west amplified. Cloudy to over skies then prevailed from the 13th to the 16th, with several showers and intermittent periods of light rain especially over the south. Rainfall from the 12th to the 15th ranged from a little than less than 100mm in the north to just above 300mm in the south. A surface trough moved slowly across the country on the 14th, then lingered from the Bay of Campeche, across Belize, to northwest Honduras for the day, after which it drifted west and dissipated. The heavy rains in the south that weekend resulted in flooding of some rivers and nearby villages in the Toledo district. The airflow then veered to the east-southeast on the 17th and conditions improved by that afternoon. Only isolated showers prevailed the next day then the moisture increased once again on the 19th, as a weak surface low developed east of Nicaragua and the flow backed to the east-northeast. A few showers occurred over most areas that day and the following. A light easterly surface flow, moderate moisture levels and a neutral upper pattern result isolated showers on the 21st. The next three days (22-24) saw partly cloudy skies with a few showers mainly over southern districts, as a cold front approached and stalled just north of Belize on the 24th. The associated surface ridge over southern Mexico caused the surface flow to become northwesterly as the front stalled under a weakly convergent upper pattern. The front weakened the next day and showers were generally isolated, but increased during the night. The dissipating frontal trough/ remnants then drifted south on the 26th and produced cloudy and showery weather mainly over central and southern areas, as a moderate northeasterly low level flow prevailed. Some stations in the central regions of the country recorded 75-85mm of rainfall on the 26th. The upper pattern was weakly convergent, with a ridge over our area from an upper high centered over southern Mexico. The moisture decreased and showers were isolated on the 27th and 29th; but a few light showers / light rain affected central and northern areas on the 28th and 30th. A convergent surface pattern and slight increases in moisture was responsible for this off and on slight to moderate increase in showers, as the upper pattern continued subsident/convergent.