There is a low pressure centre just out in the sea off the north part of Belize, the result is air cloud is coming down from the north and clashing with the tropical air going up from the south a bit further to the east, resulting in circulation and continuing to form rain, but presently well off the coast. But this southerly tropical air flowing now for several days, has resulted in our night time temperatures back up to the summer time night temperatures, despite the strong "Tiger" surface wind which has been blowing all night and still strongly from the SW. There are significant high level clouds around and the low clouds are coming over from the NW. . . . The Navy weather web site is dead in the water this morning, yet again.
Looks like today will be largely sunny, with some white clouds developing later, probably no land rain today.
Blue = Surface wind, White = normal clouds, Yellow = other low or medium clouds, Orange high level air movement
Temperatures in Belmopan :
Today is probably going to be similar, to yesterday :
Sat, max. 30°C 86°F Last night min. 25°C 78°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )