The almost continuous ITCZ swell-ups yesterday in the Caribbean north of Honduras, moved on to Belize. I recorded over 50mm ( 2" ) over the last 24 hours. Well, it looks as if all the rain has fallen, there is not that much rain making cloud left near us. The Caribbean winds are moving back more towards the ENE with some cloud, but less than before. The High level clouds causing all that rain have considerably thinned out. There are still a few rain patches around, coming in from the east now, and not from the NNE like the last few days. The whole area appears to be clearing up, so we might be seeing dryer air over the next few days into Saturday the 5th Nov "Fireworks" day.
Today has already started of brighter, the present cloud will thin and give some sun, could be the odd rain showers.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
Today is probably going to be similar, to yesterday :
Wed, max. 28°C 82°F Last night min. 22°C 71°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )