We are still in the thick of a lot of weather, caused by several flair-ups over Belize and Honduras, a lot of rain over night, over 30mm ( 1 1/4" ) and more to come later today. We are generally in a wet area at present. TS KARL brushed Bermuda over night and this morning, with winds of 52 - 62 mph,
power supply disruptions and lots of leaves and small branches down, over 100 miles in size.
The other Atlantic storm TD LISA is going up in the Atlantic. . . First they only named Hurricanes, then they extended names to Tropical Storms, now I see they are even naming Tropical Depressions. Presumably to try to justify the number of named storms they said Global Warming would cause, since there is no significant Global Warming so no increase in actual true Hurricanes.
Today looks like another mixed bag of sun and cloud for much of the day, little rain, but more this evening.
White arrows = regular Clouds, Yellow = other Clouds, Orange = high Clouds
Temperatures in Belmopan:
Today is probably going to be similar, to yesterday :
Fri, max. 30°C 86°F Last night min. 23°C 74°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Caye Caulker: not working currently... soon...