That possible storm yesterday was just a very large and very active ITCZ swell-up, its main activity has now moved south, but part of it is causing very significant rain out at sea, probably only likely to effect Honduras and Roatan Island, not Belize. The Caribbean wind from the NNE is dryer this morning, clear skies last night resulted in lower night temperatures.
Today looks as if it will be mainly sunny, with white clouds developing during the morning, probably no rain on land.
Temperatures in Belmopan:
Today is probably going to be similar, to yesterday :
Mon, max. 31°C 87°F Last night min. 22°C 72°F ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
A large area of disturbed weather over the southern Caribbean will slowly evolve into a coherent area of low pressure north of Panama during the next few days. Sea-surface temperatures remain quite warm over this part of the Atlantic Basin, and vertical wind shear which has been quite strong over the Caribbean is starting to relax and projected to become more favorable for tropical development by the latter part of this week. Based on these observations and projections, there is a good chance that this low pressure area might become an organized tropical system toward the end of this week or during the upcoming weekend. Interests in Jamaica, eastern Cuba and Hispaniola will need to be closely monitored for the movement of this system especially later this week.